Isn't it just like the Obama Administration to ignore an American
citizen's right to free speech and to blame him for the deaths caused by
the murderers who decided that their right to kill was more important?
Isn't it just like Obama to apologize for a film and to NOT condemn a
foreign country for attacking US. In case he doesn't know, an embassy is
American soil. It is part of America. Attacking it is the same as attacking
Washington, D.C.But none of that matters to Eric Holder or to Obama.
They're too busy bowing before the world and apologizing for the fact that
America HELPED EGYPT become free from a dictator.Obama needs to be
fired and he needs to be denounced by every American for blaming an American who
did nothing more than exercise his right of free speech.
And sharia law comes to the US. Calls to prosecute the makers of this film
"because it insults Islam," are calls for sharia law.
How did some guy in California who made a movie slandering Mohammed become the
fall guy? What about Obama's "Arab Spring?" Who did he think was
going to move in after leaders in Egypt and Libya were kicked out?
Pro-Democracy Arabs? Right. The area is less stable (hard to imagine) than it
was four years ago. A movie about Mohammed doesn't matter. It
doesn't matter if we apologize to these folks, continue to spend billions
in the region as tribute, or become isolationist and move out forever. Based on
who we are and what we stand for, and the fact we are all infidels in their
eyes, these types of attacks will continue through till the end of time. Even
Obama can't change that.
Am I supposed to care who had some role in an anti-Islam film? I'm more
concerned with the people in the Obama Administration responsible for Operation
Fast and Furious.May I offer some advice to Pres. Obama? When you
kill a terrorist it is in poor taste to trumpet your success for political gain.
Not only is it tacky, it will surely get the attention of the terrorist's
@j thomashow exactly has Obama taken away this mans free speech right J?
How exactly is he suppose to condemn a country when we have no proof that the
government of these countries had anything to do with the attacks. It sounds
like you are more comfortable with the romney doctrine to foreign policy shoot
first then aim.