Skip to comments.Hayden: Obama's Libya Adventure to Blame for Ambassador Death
Posted on 09/12/2012 7:08:21 PM PDT by socialism_stinX
Violent protests in Libya that claimed the life of the U.S. ambassador were the result of President Obamas decision to intervene in the Libyan revolt without a deep appreciation for what would follow, former CIA Director Michael Hayden tells Newsmax.
Hayden, a former four-star Air Force general, was appointed CIA director by President George W. Bush in 2006 and served until 2009.
In an exclusive interview with Newsmax.TV on Wednesday, Hayden discusses the events in Libya: Im reminded of Secretary of State Powells comments about Iraq going back almost a decade the Pottery Barn theory that if you break it you own it.
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Hillary is now working to break Syria.
Barry and Hillary broke Libya. Now they own it.”
Wouldst that it were that simple. IMO very few people really understand the culture or the history of this part of the world and should just leave it alone, especially people like BO and Hillary. Both of them go off half cocked most of the time and everyone but them suffers because of the consequences of their actions.
Pandora’s box is now open and only the Good Lord knows what is going to happen next.
Such a devastating time for the poor souls who were in the path of these barbarians. May they all be remembered with respect.
at least someone said it. I suppose we could add McCain to the mix
please note no complaints about loss of life since Obama took office..where are they?
all embasies should have been on high alert with extra security for 911. Why not?
Hayden obviously is a racist.
Guess that Hawvard professor was wrong about the ME as everyone outside of academia knew.
Pray for America
Barry and Hillary broke Libya. Now they own it.
Yep! Look up “Responsibility to Protect” on the net. The quip is also quoted throughout the media.
Not to Mention Egypt
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