Charles Woods to Obama: “It’s better to die the death of a hero than to live the life of a coward”

A great moment from Geraldo’s show last night where Charles Woods, a man of high integrity, told the president that he totally forgives him, yet he also encouraged the president to come forward and now be a coward about what really happened:

DAILY CALLER – “My question of the president would be this: Your Honor, I respect your office as president. But if this attack on American citizens, on American soil, happened 2,000 miles away from Washington, D.C. — say in Los Angeles or in Seattle — would you have waited seven hours before you sent the first airplane? Would you have waited seven hours until the attack was over? Would you have waited a couple of days until you had all of the videos and all the information before you responded in a responsible military way?”

Host Geraldo Rivera pressed Woods on his argument and suggested that he was “angry” at the loss of his son. That wasn’t the case, Woods explained.

“First of all, I am not angry at all,” Woods said. “In fact, Mr. President, if I had the opportunity of speaking to you face to face, and I would really love to, I would say this: ‘Mr. President, I respect your office. However, if you are responsible for the death of my son, I totally forgive you.’”

“This is about honor, courage and about love for America. And remember this, Mr. President: My son and the others died heroes and it’s better to die the death of a hero than it is to live the life of a coward. If you are responsible for the death of my son, I forgive you, I love you. I also love America.”

Watch the full video:

Also, see this post by Hotair that shows how it was believed to be Al Qaeda early on before the president had changed his story to the video and he crowd story.

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