Thursday, September 13, 2012

Rush Made a Great Point

Finally, late this morning, the president spoke about the terrorist attack in Libya on the American Embassy which killed four Americans including the ambassador. He correctly [if not lately] condemned the killing of Americans in Libya.   In the statement, though, the president made no comments about the rioting in Egypt in which Islamists tore down the American flag and raised the black flag of Al Qaeda.

In that unrest in Egypt, this administration, through diplomats in the American Embassy in Cairo, sickeningly groveled to the Islamists by apologizing to Muslims for Americans exercising their right of free speech in the United States.  This is what our administration said: "The Embassy of the United States in Cairo condemns the continuing efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims – as we condemn efforts to offend believers of all religions"

Despite what the MSM and the arrogant Peggy Noonan said, that Mitt Romney should have been quiet about the situation, Mitt Romney, rightfully and presidentially blasted the American Embassy in Cairo for their statement of sympathy and apology to the Muslims [oops, radical Muslims] in Egypt. Mitt Romney was 100% correct for sticking up for American values and the American people in condemning the apology to the Muslims.  Soon after Romney's statement, it didn't take long for this administration to take exception to Romney's statement, saying he shouldn't have politicized the situation.

Rush Limbaugh on his radio show today [Wed.] made a great point, which is the quip of the week:
"This administration condemned Mitt Romney before they condemned the terrorists."

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