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ZERO.

That's how many times President Obama mentioned Benghazi in last night's State of the Union address.

A U.S. Ambassador and heroic Navy SEALs were left to die and we still have the Administration lying, the Defense Secretary making excuses, and the Secretary of State testifying to Congress "What difference, at this point, does it make?"

When it comes to telling the truth about Benghazi and living up to his responsibilities as Commander-in-Chief, Obama has abandoned his post. He's MIA on Benghazi.

Will you make an immediate contribution of $25, $50, $100 or more right now to support OPSEC's continuing mission to stop politicians from jeopardizing American national security? Every dollar we raise goes towards increasing our voice and expanding OPSEC's mission.

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Last night's speech proved that Barack Obama has zero intention of taking responsibility for his shameful retreat from responsibility. Obama had no trouble taking credit for the actions of Navy SEALs when they killed Osama bin Laden. But when they were in harm's way in Libya, Obama was nowhere to be found. Now, in sworn testimony, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta confirmed that he only talked to the President once during the 8-hour attack on our consulate.

Obama is playing politics with national security and it puts our soldiers and our country at greater risk.

So will you make an immediate contribution to OPSEC to help us expose the leaks and dangerous political practices that unnecessarily and substantially increase the risks to Special Operations and intelligence personnel?

We need to expose Obama's cowardice. How many more Americans must come home in body bags before people are truly outraged?

Obama let our soldiers pay the ultimate price while he sits comfortably in the White House refusing to give any explanation for why are our country's bravest were left to die.

We need your support to continue this fight at full strength. OPSEC is well its way to rebuilding from 2012, but we still need more resources to prepare for our continuing mission. Every dollar we raise goes towards increasing our voice and expanding OPSEC's mission.

Please stand with us today.

Thanks,

Scott Taylor
Former SEAL, USN
Chairman, OPSEC