“the swift capture and punishment of the perpetrators”
Any politician (dem or GOP), who tries to fold these atrocities into some sort of legal pursuit of justice should be removed from office. This was a coordinated attack by an enemy that has been enboldened by the current US POTUS’s feckless ability or ineptitude to address national security. This was an act of war not from a nation but from a whole ideological class of people(animals). The only response that will neutralize the situation is an overwhelming show of strength. We must hit all the centers of culture and power these people use to foment their abhorrent behaviors. As I stated in a previous post. NUKE LIBYA, EGYPT, AND IRAN! If these Ideologues persist, than take out Mecca and all major mosques and eliminate any human being that obstructs us. This is war!
posted on 09/12/2012 11:21:11 AM PDT
(Righteousness is our cause and justice will prevail!)
The issue here is not what Romney said or when he said it, both of which were absloutley appropriate. The issue is that our Secretary of State and our President were not able to condemn the murder of our diplomat without throwing in an attack on the right of Americans to speak as the wish. In so doing they implicitly justified the killing. There is no moral equivalence between murder and a movie. Had they even viewed the film before they conceded that it was insulting to the delicate sensibilities of Salafist Muslims? How about defending free speach instead of attacking it or regretting it for crying out loud!
posted on 09/12/2012 11:32:14 AM PDT
by p. henry
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