Mr. Obama applied the terror label to the attack in his first public statement on the events in Benghazi, delivered in the Rose Garden at the White House at 10:43 a.m. on Sept. 12, though the reference was indirect.
Sorry Scott, but no he did not apply the "terror" label to the attack. He said "no acts of terror" will shake our resolve, etc. in the context of the American people remembering what had happened on that day 11 years ago. That comment was not addressing this attack. THEN he started talking about this attack and he used words like "murder" and "reprehensible" and "terrible act". But he called the perpetrators "murderers" rather than "terrorists" and he vowed to "bring them to justice". He also condemned those who insult other religions but then said that is no excuse for this act, thereby carrying water for the BS line from the islamists that the acts which just happeneded to occur on the anniversary of 9/11 were some kind of reaction to a youtube video posted months ago.
Romney's issue was, in his words, "This -- the administration -- the administration -- (applause) -- indicated that this was a -- a reaction to a -- to a video and was a spontaneous reaction."