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BARNEYII wrote:
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The same can be said for President Obama'
In fact, Obama called the assault "an act of terror" in remarks on Sept. 12
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2...
Again, your comprehension of the english language is either severely flawed or your just continuing to misrepresent reality. "What" didn't say anything about Obama calling it an act of terror, just that Obama is the one who "hastily, and foolishly to the entire world, said that the attack was because of a YouTube video," and not Romney who was correct about the situation from the beginning. So, no, the same ( as put forth by "What") can not be said of your dear leader, our President Obama.
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BARNEYII wrote:
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The same can be said for President Obama'
In fact, Obama called the assault "an act of terror" in remarks on Sept. 12
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2...
One other thing, no protests or violence about the video that was brought out in JULY actually occurred until AFTER the president and the rest of his crew started shouting about it to the rest of the world.
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<quoted text>One other thing, no protests or violence about the video that was brought out in JULY actually occurred until AFTER the president and the rest of his crew started shouting about it to the rest of the world.
Most of Obama's claims to fame are tweaked after the fact. I believe that just prior to the election it will be announced that he and Biden, in secret experiments conducted late at night, have created a cure for all illnesses, except for conservatism. Several days after the election it will be announced that the procedure needs further tweaking, that at the present all it will really do is cause acid reflux and that is Bush's fault.
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Ok no I did not

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<quoted text>One other thing, no protests or violence about the video that was brought out in JULY actually occurred until AFTER the president and the rest of his crew started shouting about it to the rest of the world.
WRONG AGAIN;

Mr. Romney’s team was following the increasingly volatile developments in the Middle East. The embassy statement, issued hours before protests in Cairo and the attack in Libya began, had tried to mollify Muslims upset at an American-made anti-Islam video.“We firmly reject the actions by those who abuse the universal right of free speech to hurt the religious beliefs of others,” the statement said.

Again, the protests had already begun. And, again, the embassy tweeted that it stood by its statement after the attacks were underway.

This came from a Right wing blog...

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<quoted text>Again, your comprehension of the english language is either severely flawed or your just continuing to misrepresent reality. "What" didn't say anything about Obama calling it an act of terror, just that Obama is the one who "hastily, and foolishly to the entire world, said that the attack was because of a YouTube video," and not Romney who was correct about the situation from the beginning. So, no, the same ( as put forth by "What") can not be said of your dear leader, our President Obama.
Romney who was correct about the situation from the beginning"

what world are you living in?

Romney] personally read and approved his campaign’s statement before it was sent out at 10:10 p.m. Tuesday.“It’s disgraceful that the Obama administration’s first response was not to condemn attacks on our diplomatic missions, but to sympathize with those who waged the attacks,” it said…


Those statements even pissed off the Republicans.


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<quoted text>Again, your comprehension of the english language is either severely flawed or your just continuing to misrepresent reality. "What" didn't say anything about Obama calling it an act of terror, just that Obama is the one who "hastily, and foolishly to the entire world, said that the attack was because of a YouTube video," and not Romney who was correct about the situation from the beginning. So, no, the same ( as put forth by "What") can not be said of your dear leader, our President Obama.
"just that Obama is the one who "hastily, and foolishly to the entire world, said that the attack was because of a YouTube video"

OH Really, I do not see the name Obama in that post, do you?


"Romney's not the one who hastily, and foolishly to the entire world, said that the attack was because of a YouTube video when they knew it wasn't"



Your comprehension skills are that of a clairvoyant.........
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I was reminded of Romney shooting off his mouth immediately after the Benghazi attack":
Seest thou a man [that is] hasty in his words?[there is] more hope of a fool than of him."
Proverbs 29:20
You mean these remarks?“It’s disgraceful that the Obama administration’s first response was not to condemn attacks on our diplomatic missions but to sympathize with those who waged the attacks”. Romney's comments weren't shooting off his mouth, they were spot on. I would far rather hear these type of strong and decisive comments immediately following the attacks rather than listen to 2 weeks of lies from the clown and chief we have "leading" our country. Lying is the norm for socialistic liberals so I guess you saw nothing wrong with the 2 week coverup. Besides, if Obama had have taken care of business immediately after the attack then Romney would not have had to call him out.

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You mean these remarks?“It’s disgraceful that the Obama administration’s first response was not to condemn attacks on our diplomatic missions but to sympathize with those who waged the attacks”. Romney's comments weren't shooting off his mouth, they were spot on. I would far rather hear these type of strong and decisive comments immediately following the attacks rather than listen to 2 weeks of lies from the clown and chief we have "leading" our country. Lying is the norm for socialistic liberals so I guess you saw nothing wrong with the 2 week coverup. Besides, if Obama had have taken care of business immediately after the attack then Romney would not have had to call him out.
Romney was running his mouth even before the next of kin of the dead were notified, and was condemned by his own party for his remarks.

And you defend him for that?


Where was the respect for the family of the deceased, Brother Realty Check?
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"just that Obama is the one who "hastily, and foolishly to the entire world, said that the attack was because of a YouTube video"
OH Really, I do not see the name Obama in that post, do you?
"Romney's not the one who hastily, and foolishly to the entire world, said that the attack was because of a YouTube video when they knew it wasn't"
Your comprehension skills are that of a clairvoyant.........
And your skills are that of a rock, a small flat rock. Get the fryer cleaned?

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You mean these remarks?“It’s disgraceful that the Obama administration’s first response was not to condemn attacks on our diplomatic missions but to sympathize with those who waged the attacks”. Romney's comments weren't shooting off his mouth, they were spot on. I would far rather hear these type of strong and decisive comments immediately following the attacks rather than listen to 2 weeks of lies from the clown and chief we have "leading" our country. Lying is the norm for socialistic liberals so I guess you saw nothing wrong with the 2 week coverup. Besides, if Obama had have taken care of business immediately after the attack then Romney would not have had to call him out.
Here’s what the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, run by the Bush-era
Ambassador Anne Patterson, wrote after mobs gathered outside in
protest against a virulently anti-Muslim film associated with
Koran-burning pastor Terry Jones:

The embassy “condemns the continuing efforts by misguided
individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims — as we
condemn efforts to offend believers of all religions,” it said.
“We firmly reject the actions by those who abuse the universal
right of free speech to hurt the religious beliefs of others.”

This is “disgraceful”? Really?

Read dispassionately, the statement is merely an effort by
prudent diplomats to prevent a riot and bodily harm to
Americans. It is almost identical to what the Bush
administration said in 2006 after cartoons denigrating the
Prophet Mohammad appeared in European newspapers:“We find them
offensive, and we certainly understand why Muslims would find
these images offensive.”

Was that also “akin to apology,” as Romney deemed the
statement from the embassy in Cairo?

http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/ten-miles-sq...

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You mean these remarks?“It’s disgraceful that the Obama administration’s first response was not to condemn attacks on our diplomatic missions but to sympathize with those who waged the attacks”. Romney's comments weren't shooting off his mouth, they were spot on. I would far rather hear these type of strong and decisive comments immediately following the attacks rather than listen to 2 weeks of lies from the clown and chief we have "leading" our country. Lying is the norm for socialistic liberals so I guess you saw nothing wrong with the 2 week coverup. Besides, if Obama had have taken care of business immediately after the attack then Romney would not have had to call him out.
This fiasco may have originated with Romney, not his staff.
In 2010, he wrote a book titled “No Apology” that charged
Obama with issuing apologies for America in seven speeches at
home and abroad in 2009. But Romney included not a single quote
from any of those Obama speeches showing that the president
actually apologized.

http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/ten-miles-sq...
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This fiasco may have originated with Romney, not his staff.
In 2010, he wrote a book titled “No Apology” that charged
Obama with issuing apologies for America in seven speeches at
home and abroad in 2009. But Romney included not a single quote
from any of those Obama speeches showing that the president
actually apologized.
http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/ten-miles-sq...
You don't have to use the words "I am sorry" to grovel.
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BARNEYII wrote:
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Here’s what the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, run by the Bush-era
Ambassador Anne Patterson, wrote after mobs gathered outside in
protest against a virulently anti-Muslim film associated with
Koran-burning pastor Terry Jones:
The embassy “condemns the continuing efforts by misguided
individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims — as we
condemn efforts to offend believers of all religions,” it said.
“We firmly reject the actions by those who abuse the universal
right of free speech to hurt the religious beliefs of others.”
This is “disgraceful”? Really?
Read dispassionately, the statement is merely an effort by
prudent diplomats to prevent a riot and bodily harm to
Americans. It is almost identical to what the Bush
administration said in 2006 after cartoons denigrating the
Prophet Mohammad appeared in European newspapers:“We find them
offensive, and we certainly understand why Muslims would find
these images offensive.”
Was that also “akin to apology,” as Romney deemed the
statement from the embassy in Cairo?
http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/ten-miles-sq...
Sounds like she would be politically correct in the Obama era
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Romney was running his mouth even before the next of kin of the dead were notified, and was condemned by his own party for his remarks.
And you defend him for that?
Where was the respect for the family of the deceased, Brother Realty Check?
Nice try at liberal spin. As usual though, you can't escape the facts. Our leader is lazy and he lies to try to cover up when things predictably go wrong. The way socialist take over a free country is to first shut down their freedom of speech, which Romney was exercising his right to. They do this by oversensitizing every little thing until people are afraid of speaking out about anything. Romney was right in his assessment and it was a completely separate issue from the deaths of our fellow countrymen although you socialist liberals would have us believe otherwise.

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Nice try at liberal spin. As usual though, you can't escape the facts. Our leader is lazy and he lies to try to cover up when things predictably go wrong. The way socialist take over a free country is to first shut down their freedom of speech, which Romney was exercising his right to. They do this by oversensitizing every little thing until people are afraid of speaking out about anything. Romney was right in his assessment and it was a completely separate issue from the deaths of our fellow countrymen although you socialist liberals would have us believe otherwise.

Just when I think you could not possibly make another remark as stupid as last one, you out do yourself.

So you are telling me that those deaths were "separate issue" from what Romney was making this so called "assessment" about?

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Romney issued a statement of his own. "I'm outraged by the attacks on American diplomatic missions in Libya and Egypt and by the death of an American consulate worker in Benghazi," it read. "It's disgraceful that the Obama Administration's first response was not to condemn attacks on our diplomatic missions, but to sympathize with those who waged the attacks."

A Buzzfeed piece by Ben Smith cites several prominent Republicans who criticized Romney's statement as a "bungle," an "utter disaster," and "not presidential."

http://www.policymic.com/debates/14611

On Wednesday, Romney held a press conference in which he stood by his criticisms of the Obama administration's handling of the situation. Romney called Tuesday's message from the Cairo embassy "a disgraceful statement on the part of the administration." He also noted, "The White House distanced itself last night from the statement, saying it wasn’t cleared by Washington. And that reflects the mixed signals they’re sending to the world."
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Obama's ring:'There is no god but Allah'
He's worn band on wedding-ring finger since before he met Michel

NEW YORK 10 10 12 – As a student at Harvard Law School, then-bachelor Barack Obama’s practice of wearing a gold band on his wedding-ring finger puzzled his colleagues.

Now, newly published photographs of Obama from the 1980s show that the ring Obama wore on his wedding-ring finger as an unmarried student is the same ring Michelle Robinson put on his finger at the couple’s wedding ceremony in 1992.

Moreover, according to Arabic-language and Islamic experts, the ring Obama has been wearing for more than 30 years is adorned with the first part of the Islamic declaration of faith, the Shahada:“There is no god except Allah.”

Inscription on Obama's ring

The Shahada is the first of the Five Pillars of Islam, expressing the two fundamental beliefs that make a person a Muslim: There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is Allah’s prophet.

Sincere recitation of the Shahada is the sole requirement for becoming a Muslim, as it expresses a person’s rejection of all other gods.

Egyptian-born Islamic scholar Mark A. Gabriel, Ph.D., examined photographs of Obama’s ring at WND’s request and concluded that the first half of the Shahada is inscribed on it.

“There can be no doubt that someone wearing the inscription ‘There is no god except Allah’ has a very close connection to Islamic beliefs, the Islamic religion and Islamic society to which this statement is so strongly attached,” Gabriel told WND.

Jerome Corsi’s “Where’s the REAL Birth Certificate?” carefully documents the story the establishment media still refuses to tell

“Dreams from My Real Father” producer Joel Gilbert, an Arabic speaker and an expert on the Middle East, was the first to conclude that Obama’s ring, reportedly from Indonesia, bore an Islamic inscription.

Photographs published last week by the New Yorker from Obama’s time at Occidental College, taken by fellows students, indicate that the ring Obama wore three decades ago is the one he is wearing in the White House.

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