This moment in the second Presidential debate at Hofstra University, when Barack Obama, with the assistance of CNN's Candy Crowley, brought into sharp focus that deception is just a matter of course for Progressive Democrats and the liberal media. They exposed themselves in the debate, and showed the world that they know that in politics, perception is reality. To them, however, perception is more important that reality, as long as it helps them obtain or retain power. It became crystal clear that truth, honor, and integrity have no place in the Progressive Democrat Party, and their perception-spinning process.
As usual, Progressives think the American people are so uninformed and gullible, that they would not realize they were witnessing Obama and Crowley lying. They were trying to deceive The People about the administration's handling of the deaths of four Americans, including Ambassador Stevens, in Benghazi, Libya. The Obama administration attempted to push a narrative that Benghazi was a spontaneous protest gone haywire, and that the reason for the protest was a B grade anti-Muslim film that virtually no one had ever heard of.
It was bad enough that the administration was lying to the American people about what really happened to our people in Benghazi, but to lie in order to try to avoid political damage to Obama's campaign for President showed America that Progressives have no concern for anything but power, and advancing their radical ideology.
This moment in the debate was the moment that cemented Barack Obama's fate as a one term President.