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Don't Blame Romney

nutterup Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:26 PM
Even Condi Rice who endorses Romney is tired of the boorish behavior of the Republican party politicizing the death of four brave Americans in Benghazi. http://thinkprogress.org/security/2012/10/25/1089691/condi-rice-pours-cold-water-libya/ RICE: "When things are unfolding very quickly, it’s not easy to know what is really going on on the ground. And to my mind, the really important questions here are about how information was collected. Did the various agencies really coordinate and share intelligence in the way that we had hoped, with the reforms that were made after 9/11? It’s easy to try and jump to conclusions about what might have happened here. It’s better to let the relevant bodies do their work."
nutterup Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:25 PM
Let's face it, Condi KNOWS what it's like to be in the hot seat as far as what an administration knew or didn't know about a terrorist attack.
nutterup Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:26 PM
It is easy for Romney to say the number of things he will do on "Day One," without knowing what it's like to actually BE in the hot seat and deal with the House and Senate as Obama has done. His jobs bill was blocked, we lost our A+ Credit Rating and now we are politicizing the deaths of 4 people by Republicans who all claim to be "Christians," yet they lie, contort and jump to conclusions that simply are not fair. 4 more years is the greatest hope for the poor,the old, the black,the brown,the women the gays and the rest of the Americans, including a sensitivity to foreign policy that is neither hot-headed nor ill-informed!

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