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Obama: "My Number One Priority is to Keep Our Diplomats Safe"

Mr. Right Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 6:37 AM
How many number one priorities does this guy have? Jobs, health care, immigration reform, keeping ambassadors safe . . . and that's only what I cam remember from the last month. In business, we all know that if you have too many number one priorities, none of them matters at all. If everything is first on the list, they are also all last on the list. Maybe that's what Obama is trying to tell us. Everything is equally important, thus it is all equally unimportant. He's never been about doing his job - just reaping the perks from it.

When campaign spokesman Ben Labolt told Fox News there were no plans for President Obama to address the Benghazi debacle in public any time soon, he obviously wasn't "planning" on the subject coming up during the president's appearance at a Univision candidate forum in Miami this afternoon.  (Mitt Romney attended yesterday).  Credit to the program's hosts for asking some challenging questions on Libya and security; Buzzfeed writes that Obama "dodged" the heart of those inquiries.  That's partially true, but he also served up a jaw-dropping statement, particularly...