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Obama's Apology Tour 2.0

catnip24 Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 10:39 PM
anybody who can't see obama had an apology tour when he first took office and basically apologized to these murders who killed americans in lybia, has to be an absolute babbling moron. when i read obama's official statement i couldn't believe what i was reading. it was an apology because someone hurt these poor little muslims feelings. i sick and tired of this spineless, gutless muslim loving obama and his entire worthless administration. wow, he sent 50 soldiers there when he should have sent an entire division. more half way measures from mr anti american onbama. charles krauthammer was right. tell these muslims to go to hell. mitt romney's response was excellent. he had sincere indignation and placed the blame where it belonged.
skytroop6 Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 11:34 PM
@catnip24 Wrote Your statement is just as fact challenged and despicable as Romney statements. For the 1st time in the history of Presidential campaigning. A candidate for the Presidency before he knew a damn thing about what was going on from any official source decided to stick both feet in his mouth. He showed yet again that he doesn't have either the decency or the commonsense to be President. Romney couldn't even wait to find out the name of the Americans who were murdered. In his haste to attack POTUS he said nothing to the widow of our Ambassador or to anyone else who lost a loved one. The more I see of this guy, he is without decency, commonsense or humanity. Don't let him anywhere near the White House

If you haven't heard already, yesterday's 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks was a bad day for America in the Middle East. First, the U.S. Embassy in Cairo was stormed by violent protestors who tore down the American flag and raised an Al Qaeda flag in its place. Why? Because they were offended about the portrayal of Muhammed in a new film and because they really just hate America and everything she stands for.

A group of protesters scaled the wall of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo on Tuesday evening and entered its outer grounds, pulled down...