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Liberal Media Might As Well Wear Obama Buttons

Northern Patriot Wrote: Sep 14, 2012 9:28 PM
I guess a bunch of conservatives may as well don Obama buttons as well: See "Mitt Romney’s Lehman Moment?", 4th Paragraph for some samples of conservative critisism. Also it seems The Weekly Standard's Bill Kristol has suggested that Will Romney seize the moment to spend time with some of his serious foreign policy advisers—even if to do so he has to cancel a trip to a swing state or (gasp!) a fundraiser—in order really to think through the meaning of these events, and prepare serious, presidential-level responses? Suspend the campaign. It's time to get some schooling. In other words, Kristol agrees with Romney's critics. He's a foreign policy dolt.
The liberal media gave the ceaselessly political President Obama a pass for campaigning instead of performing his presidential duties when they were most needed, while they castigated Mitt Romney for being political when he was the only one of the two acting presidential.

To be sure, Obama is a political candidate for re-election to the presidency, but do we have to remind ourselves -- as he often reminds us -- that he also currently holds that office and that it includes duties that supersede his political activities?

After remaining silent for hours after the attacks in Egypt and Libya, Obama called a...