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Libya Aftermath: Commander-in-Chief Attends Vegas Campaign Rally

NOTINSTL Wrote: Sep 13, 2012 7:14 AM
this congressman is full of garbage...if it's wrong for one candidate to comment during the crisis.....it's wrong for the other to continue campaigning while the crisis rages.
rmt5 in MA Wrote: Sep 13, 2012 7:47 AM
Robert Wexler was and is an extreme, partisan hack. He was a staunch defender of Bill Clinton during his impeachment....... and was in constant melt-down mode in his TV appearances.
Panda Wrote: Sep 13, 2012 7:24 AM
Good point.

The fact is, Romney sent a great message to nations like Libya with his comment--a message that says, "Real leadership is coming in America, so your little gravy train is ending."

I love these people who feel Romney is undermining Obama.

First, NONE of them complained over the non-stop undermining of Bush done by Democrats thoughout Congress while we were at war. This isn't just hypocrisy; it's hilarity.

Second, how can you undermine someone who already completely undermines himself by lecturing his own people about their tolerance when atrocities are committed against them?

Bottom line: Romney's fine. It's Obama who has royally messed this up.

Since our beloved media has chosen to go wall-to-wall with their absurd "gaffy-horserace-optics" meta narrative, might they also get the vapors over what our sitting Commander-in-Chief is up to tonight?  Do me a favor and go read (or re-read) these posts.  How many urgent, distressing, open questions still remain in this ongoing crisis, as the American death toll climbs to six?  With all that in mind, ta-da:
 

President Barack Obama’s Wednesday afternoon speech in Las Vegas is being delayed by about 45 minutes, according...