Friday, September 14, 2012

Quadrupling down

Apparently the Romney Campaign just lives in a different reality than even they have lived in.
Advisers to Mitt Romney on Thursday defended his sharp criticism of President Obama and said that the deadly protests sweeping the Middle East would not have happened if the Republican nominee were president.

There’s a pretty compelling story that if you had a President Romney, you’d be in a different situation,” Richard Williamson, a top Romney foreign policy adviser, said in an interview. “For the first time since Jimmy Carter, we’ve had an American ambassador assassinated.”
So says a man who served in an Administration which saw Pentagon itself attacked -- or perhaps he has ignored all bumper-stickers and forgotten?


Montag said...

Not to mention that there were, IIRC, twelve attacks on U.S. embassies during Little Boots' tenure.

Nor is there definitive proof that this was an assassination attempt. Stevens died of smoke inhalation.

Nor, contrary to Williamson's assertion, is there any proof that Romney could have or would have done anything differently, except that he most certainly would blame someone else, as he's doing now.

pansypoo said...

with a publikkklan in the white house, far more damage has been done from the inside.

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