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"All About a Video"?

ConservativeSue Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 8:01 AM
The unrest has suddenly become Mr. Obama’s most serious foreign policy crisis of the election season, and analysts say it is calling into question central tenets of his Middle East policy. MY REPLIES IN ( ) Did he do enough throughout the Arab Spring to help the transition to democracy from autocracy? (NO! – B.O. is pulling our troops out.) Has he drawn a hard enough line against Islamic extremists? (NO! B.O. apologizes for America to them)
ConservativeSue Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 8:01 AM
Did his administration fail to address security concerns? (YES! – Sued AZ for their border control efforts and lessened protection @ our embassies)

Has his outreach to the Muslim world yielded any lasting benefits? (NO! – He snubs our allies and enables the terrorists with apologies and sends them billions of our taxpayer $)
Yesterday, Press Secretary Jay Carney maintained that the wave of violence in the Middle East was all about a low-budget, little-seen YouTube video and not about the Obama Administration's policy in the Middle East and throughout the Arab World. Reports are coming out, however, that the Obama Administration isn't delusional enough to believe their own rhetoric.

The New York Times reported that the White House is "preparing for a long siege of Arab unrest."

The unrest has suddenly become Mr. Obama’s most serious foreign policy crisis of the election season, and analysts say it is calling...