But Zito found an entirely different reaction in the diner. "People were just floored by the press," she says. "The group was pretty mixed between Obama supporters and Romney supporters, and...
I'd like to know WHO needed a warning for the embassy attack? It was expected. Why do we have people in government who needed a warning? The whole conversation is being misdirected to distract from the main issue. Incompetence. It will happen again. Is Barry expecting a note for the next time too? Does he remember somebody killed Osama? Will he make it easier for others to be killed? Let's check history... It's not a question of if, but when, and they don't send notes.
Salena Zito, a reporter with the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, watched Mitt Romney's Wednesday morning news conference from a diner in Wisconsin. Customers paid careful attention to the TV as reporters repeatedly asked Romney if he had made a mistake by criticizing President Obama's handling of the embassy crises in Egypt and Libya. The exchanges left no doubt that Romney's questioners thought he had made a mess of the situation.
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