Violence by Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt = Lack of Leadership in U.S., Current Administration Endangering U.S.
Barack Hussein Obama’s strategy in dealing with radical Islamists around the world has been a long series of groveling, apologizing, and coddling. He threw the U.S. and Israel’s long-time ally, Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak, under the bus and has embraced the Muslim Brotherhood. He involved us in an illegal war with Libya in overthrowing Gaddafi.
What has been the result of Obama’s policy of groveling to our enemies?
On the anniversary of 9/11, a mob stormed the embassy in Egypt and desecrated our flag. A mob at the embassy in Libya dragged out the U.S. ambassador—Christopher Stevens—suffocating him and then parading his dead body around the crowd. They then burnt the embassy to the ground.
Is this the “Hope” that Obama promised us? Hoping that your enemies don’t want to annihilate you after you apologize and coddle them?
Reagan believed in peace through strength.
Obama calls for peace through groveling, apologies, and coddling our enemies.
Obama has gotten us a Middle East that is day by day falling under increasing control of radical Islamists who want to annihilate the United States and Israel.
To quote Obama’s mentor of twenty years: “It looks like Obama’s chickens have come home to roost.”
Romney stands by criticism of Obama over Cairo attack response
Mitt Romney on Wednesday stood by his criticism of the Obama
administration for its early response to the attack on the U.S. Embassy
in Cairo, even as he and President Obama mourned the murder of four
Americans including the U.S. ambassador in a separate attack on the U.S.
Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
Romney said the administration's initial response to the attack in Cairo was "akin to apology" and a "severe miscalculation."
Both assaults were linked to a video being promoted in the U.S. that
ridiculed Islam's Prophet Muhammad. The U.S. Embassy in Cairo at first
issued a statement saying, in part, that it condemns "the continuing
efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of
Muslims -- as we condemn efforts to offend believers of all religions."
The Romney campaign issued a statement overnight calling that
response "disgraceful," prompting criticism from the president's
campaign. The Obama campaign accused Romney of launching a "political
attack" as reports were first surfacing that one American had been
killed. By Wednesday morning, the death count was at four.
Romney, as he condemned the "outrageous" Libya attack during a stop
Wednesday in Jacksonville, Fla., did not back down from his criticism of
"I think it's a terrible course for America to (issue) an apology for
our values," Romney said. "An apology for America's values is never the
The Obama administration reportedly disavowed the Cairo Embassy
statement, but Romney said Wednesday that "the embassy is the
He said the disavowal "reflects the mixed signals they're sending in the world."
Romney went on to critique Obama's overall foreign policy, calling it
a "hit-or-miss approach." Romney and his surrogates have been stressing
foreign policy after the president, in his nomination address last week
in Charlotte, called Romney and running mate Paul Ryan "new" to the
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/09/12/romney-stands-by-c...
News & Politics