The State Department and the White House can’t get their stories straight, but one thing is certain: U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans are dead.
Yesterday, on the 11th anniversary of September 11, the Obama White House snubbed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, accepted an invitation from David Letterman, and apologized to Islamists upset over a film that mocks Islam and Mohammed -- something "artists" in America do to Christianity with my tax dollars on a fairly regular basis.
A full eight hours after the attacks in Cairo and Benghazi, the White House condemned the actions of the fiends responsible, but not before assailing Mitt Romney.
Romney’s statement on the atrocity:
“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’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.”
The Obama regime smacked back:
“We are shocked that, at a time when the United States of America is confronting the tragic death of one of our diplomatic officers in Libya, Governor Romney would choose to launch a political attack.”
Instead of showing his outrage at Romney, he should have already expressed an even greater outrage for the murderers of innocent Americans.
No matter what this president says today will ring hollow, insincere and calculated towards his re-election.
The destruction of diplomatic premises resulting in the murder of an ambassador amounts to an act of war.
And let’s not forget that this stuttering clusterfuck of a miserable failure of a president has not made national security a priority. It turns out that more than half the time he did not attend his daily intelligence briefings. Disgusting.