In recent weeks the race for the Oval Office has been heated up. Romney and Obama in a deadlock in Ohio, one of the swing states that typically decides the race for the White House.
And with just over a week to go until voting day, nothing could be worse timed than Hurricane Sandy which threatens to displace millions along the east coast of the United States. Both Romney and Obama are revamping their campaign schedule in light of the Superstorm.
Bigger than the poll numbers and bigger than Hurricane Sandy even (in terms of politics, of course) is the unfolding story behing Benghazi. The Benghazi debacle is threatening the reelection of President Obama and may reveal itself to be the biggest political coverup of the past decade.