@patriot?Obama:""I strongly condemn the outrageous
attack on our diplomatic facility in Benghazi, which took the lives of four
Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens.""Right now,
the American people have the families of those we lost in our thoughts and
prayers. They exemplified America's commitment to freedom, justice and
partnership with nations and people around the globe and stand in stark contrast
to those who callously took their lives.""While the United
States rejects efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others, we must all
unequivocally oppose the kind of senseless violence that took the lives of these
@patriotThe apology was to the muslim community not terrorist and it came
before the attacks but hey no sense letting the facts get in your way.
@ute alumthe empty chai? so you see eastwoods imaginary friend too?
@worfdo you see any irony that you are using this tragedy to politically
attack obajma by asking if he is going to politicize it?
A few questions:1. Will Obama lead or campaign?2.
Obama wants to re-build America from the ground up.What does that
statement mean? Is he unhappy of how the founding fathers set things up?
....he condemns the attacks but his state department first issues an apology to
the terrorists who did the killing. Typical Obama. By the way, the protesters
eaming about how they are all Osama's followers and they were saying it to
Obama. In other words , Obama is out there spiking the football about killing
Osama (which he didn't the Seals did) and the protesters are citing his
name as they burn the flag. So perhaps Obama ought to be apologizing for himself
and his arrogant spiking the football in the militant crazies faces and
the empty chair has spoken. please, please, please apologize cause then
they'll really like us. barry is a disgrace to the u.s.