Update: Quotes of the Day: Simply put, the White House is prioritizing the president’s reelection effort.:
Accountability? “I think that, you know, as president I bear responsibility for everything, to some degree,” he said on CBS’ “60 Minutes.”
Nauseating – Obama on The View: “I’ve been told I’m just eye candy here.”
We’re still waiting for an ad from Mitt Romney’s campaign with the message: “Barack Obama will get us all killed.” Mitt Romney will have to get the message out because Big Media is all out in protection of Barack Obama:
“JOHN DICKERSON: Governor Romney jumped in the middle of the violence in the Middle East and he broke a little bit of a tradition by inserting himself. They [sic] he disappeared on the issue. We’ve since learned that this administration first thought this uprising in Libya was just a kind of– something that bubbled up from the ground. Well, now they are calling it a terrorist attack. What went wrong there? What did you get wrong in the first place? Why weren’t you securing the embassy the way you should have been? These are points that a Republican could make that Mitt Romney need to make because he knows the press isn’t necessarily going to make that case for him. He can’t make it because he was the one who jumped in and said hey this is a very serious issue. But instead he hasn’t really come back to it.”
Mitt Romney should “come back to it” and start now laying out the groundwork for the last presidential debate, which will be about foreign policy, and which takes place in the must win state of Florida. What better place than Florida on October 22 for Romney to say again, after a month of ads stating such, “Barack Obama Will Get Us All Killed“?
Romney at Boca needs to declare the sacking of the Benghazi consulate “a catastrophic intelligence loss” and on October 22 inform Florida voters of the consequences of Barack Obama “leadership”. The Libya station provided critical information to intelligence services and now it is gone. Gone too is the “bump in the road” American ambassador.
Romney should be sure to provide the viewers of the October 22 debate today’s little noticed news concerning Ahmadinejad’s appearance at the United Nations (Ahmadinejad’s big speech will come later this week) and ask the question prompted by the video: Israeli delegation walks out of Ahmadinejad’s UN speech — but the U.S. doesn’t?:
Shouldn’t the United States walk out every time this creep gets up to speak?
Romney should at the October debate remind the voters of Boca Raton, Florida, and the entire nation that there was a time when Israel was America’s #1 ally in the Middle East. No longer. Barack Obama on the 60 Minutes TV show last night proclaimed Israel is now merely “one of ” our allies – not our closest ally in the Middle East.
If Israel is merely “one of” our allies it begs the question “Who are the other closest American allies in the Middle East?” Recently Obama declared that Egypt is not an American ally. So who are these secret allies Obama praises? Romney might want to ask Obama on October 22. Romney might also demand that those “American Jews” who are protecting Barack Obama explain themselves and thereby expose themselves as allied to Barack Obama, not Israel – America’s #1 friend and #1 ally in the Middle East.
Tomorrow Barack Obama will go to the United Nations General Assembly with the stated intention of speaking about the latest catastrophes in the Middle East. It will be a cascade of flowery words. The message however was delivered today.
Today Obama appeared on the TV show “The View” and the White House announced that Barack was too busy to meet with any world leaders while in New York. Barack is too busy appearing on talk shows to meet with world leaders – that’s the message. Maybe Mitt might bookmark today’s calendar for use on October 22.