Skip to comments.CURL: Obama’s protective press cordon
Posted on 09/17/2012 7:40:27 AM PDT by Justaham
A full day after the U.S. ambassador to Libya was brutally killed by a Muslim mob, another mob attacked Mitt Romney. While armed only with pens and notebooks, the cabal meant to inflict the same outcome on the Republicans presidential campaign.
Protecting and defending President Obama through his failures and blunders and gaffes is a full-time job for Americas mainstream press corps and theyre getting worried. So, they attacked the GOP nominee for his reaction to the U.S. Embassy in Egypts statement condemning the continuing efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims.
Was that appropriate? Mixed signal? Jumped the gun? Seven of eight questions were on his statement. It was an another embarrassing day for the national media, and the slap-down was short-lived; within 48 hours, the Middle East and North Africa were in full-blown crisis, and details began to pour out about all the administration had done wrong leading up to the first killing of a U.S. ambassador since the one term of Jimmy Carter.
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it is a matter of self-survival with the MSM, they are corporations that are steadily losing whatever audience they have left and are becoming more and more dependent on their government benefactors (Democratic party).
embarrassing day for the national media
Romney was right on in his statement but then he went back to sleep mode. Jeez, he had a perfect opportunity to fire both barrels and then some and permanently slaughter the MSM. He could have rubbed their faces in whatever.
When is Romney going to be as mean as he was in the primaries?
Attack for crying out loud. ATTACK!!!!!!!!!!! And don’t pause for a second. These cockroaches have to be destroyed.
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