A campaign adviser said if Mitt Romney were president, the attack on the U.S. Consulate could have been prevented. And Paul Ryan said in a speech that the Obama administration is treating Israel "with indifference bordering on contempt." Anderson Cooper is Keeping Them Honest.
I don't know why journalist are not asking for answers from the commander in chief, who sets policy for the Middle East. I am not saying, we are looking for somene to blame-but clarity is needed now by this administration And it isn't forthcoming.
If Romney was the president WW3 could have been on the horizon ... because of a stupid movie ... that should have been banned ...
GOOGLE and YOUTUBE questions "The Copy rights" to protect the rights of a single dead person ... how about the rights of 1.5 billion living persons ... question the reason no the reaction ... "FOR EVERY ACTION THERE IS A REACTION ... '
Dear Anderson, I hope you and the people of USA understand that these demonstrators against USA do not represent us Arabs and Muslims. We are thankful to your and the American people support during our struggle for democracy and you will continue to do so in Syria as well.
I'm sorry, a few typos that have to be corrected:
What is happining in the Middle east is not President Obama's fault. The Arab Spring was the issue that started everything. Established governments, (dictatorships) were gone and a vacume was cerated that Al-Kadia and the Talliban (please excuse my spelling) filled. They have exactly what they want. Large areas they control and they can traing without interuption.This would have happened reguardless who was in the Oval Office. Who knows if the whole Arab Spring happening was not a seed planted by the two groups mentioned about to reach this outcome? This would have happened to anyone who was President.
The next question is: what will happen to the oil? Will it be cut off? Iran has to be bombed. By doing this, we open ourselves up for retalation within the U.S.
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