Thank you Candy Cruller for jumping in to save obama with the wrong information. With obama's revisionist Rose Garden history now fully scrutinized, if you haven't heard by now his statement was not speaking to the acts in Libya, we can turn our attention to, Libya. Thought I was going somewhere else?
With all of the new information that is being trickled out by the establishment, and the lackluster reporting by the media, one can only hope that most of the answers will come out before the election. I don't think that will matter much in the grand scheme of things, however, as most people have chosen their side and are entrenched in the muck at this point.
The most disconcerting issue about the Libyan terrorist attack is not that it happened. Prevention of such an event on foreign soil is extremely difficult, unlike here in the US where our agents just recently prevented a terrorist attack on the Federal Reserve. Bravo.
The most disconcerting issue is the handling of the preparation for such an event, and subsequent handling of the aftermath. The timelines are now becoming quite clear with regard to the Libyan terrorist attack and the fact that the administration knew, yet responded indifferently, to what the actual the facts were.
Disturbing too, is the flight of obama from DC to Vegas and the subsequent tv shows and fund raisers. Should he have stayed put until more was done? Should he have met with his advisers, at least, before going to hob knob with the celebrity one per-centers?
When looking to past patterns of obama's behavior it isn't surprising that he didn't. After all, he rarely attended security briefings to begin with.
As far as his press conferences, um, statements, the tell tale is in the fact that he rarely, if ever, took questions at the end, strutting off the stage, arrogantly ignoring all queries, regardless of topic.
obama's behavior has not and will not change. There will be no miraculous economic turnaround or sudden respect for America if he is re-elected.
The upcoming, and last, debate will be very interesting. With the foreign affairs theme obama is sure to throw out there that he has ties to other countries, that he is the one with the 'world view' that can make peace with all nations.
As you watch the debate keep this thought in the back of your mind-what do those foreign leaders really think of the man who, simply because he stayed in your country for a short time, thinks he knows how you should run it? What do you think those foreign leaders think of the man whose first foreign action was to tour Europe apologizing for the US on things that he had no right to apologize for? What do you think those foreign leaders think of the man that is making deals with other leaders behind the backs of allies? What do you think those foreign leaders think of the man who ignores the plights of our allies while pandering to their sworn enemies?
I see a man who is a joke. A pushover. A poor negotiator. A man whose personnel 'intelligence' comes with little common sense. A man who I would want around, not because of what he has to offer, but because of what I could get. A man who I would want to stay in power, because his weakness is the weakness of the US.
A man whose lies have become the chain around the neck of a sinking
It is time we reassert ourselves as a nation, one nation, united. We are quickly loosing our identity in the world, what makes this Country great, what makes this Country our home and what makes this Country a magnet for all who desire freedom and liberty.
We need to give Romney the opportunity to right this ship. obama has proven that he is a do nothing. If Romney isn't successful? Then we'll kick his ass to the curb too!
And finally, if you wanted even further reasons to consider Romney, here are some words for the Orlando Sentinel that you may find interesting. Endorsement
Take a break from the maniacal left!