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Romney’s claims about the administration “apologizing for American values” fits an ongoing theme of his campaign: accusing Obama of beginning his presidency on an “apology tour” in foreign countries. In fact, that meme informed the title of Romney’s book “No Apology.”
We looked into the Obama speeches that Romney cited as evidence and concluded that nowhere did we see that the president “apologized” for America. In some speeches, Obama was drawing a distinction between his policies and those of his predecessor, George W. Bush. In other instances, Obama appeared to be employing a bit of diplomacy, criticizing past actions of both the U.S. and the host nation, and calling for the two sides to move forward.
Then, as now, Romney’s claim of Obama “apologies” falls flat.
If elected president, Mitt Romney has promised he will create 12 million jobs, replace Obamacare and the Dodd-Frank financial reforms, slash corporate tax rates, preserve the Bush income tax cuts, and then cut an additional 20 percent to boot. And, oh yes—balance the budget. How does Romney propose to pull off this feat of budgetary magic? He isn’t saying.
What’s missing are the details about where he’ll lead the country and how he’ll do it.”
I wouldn't say the statement said anything about free speech. It was about our intolerance for religious bigotry and it apologized for any Muslim offense. In my opinion, it was overly apologetic for what they did.
Obama doesn't even know if Egypt is an ally or not. He first says they are not an ally and also not an enemy. Then the State Dept says they are an ally. Even Jimmy Carter comes out and says they are an ally. What a complete joke! He is the President of the United States and he doesn't know who is our ally and who is not!
This was a relatively minor terrorist attack in a war torn country, and protests elsewhere.
Jimmy Carter presided over a hostage crisis that lasted over a year.
Try explaining this to the Lybia ambassador and the three other Americans killed. Also do you think if the US hadn't invaded Lybia this wouldn't have happened?
Is that what liberals call it? He presided over the hostage crisis.
Every embassy? Every potential threat? That's unrealistic.
For those who think we're in control, the country of Sudan today Refused to allow a platoon of Marines to enter the country to protect our embassy there.
THE DAY I'M INAUGURATED MUSLIM HOSTILITY WILL EASE
"foremost" mission as the head of America's space exploration agency is to improve relations with the Muslim world.
Not a planned attack
'No doubt' attack 'preplanned'
His goal is to level the playing field worldwide at the expense of the American people.
"weakness invites aggression."
determine to let Iran have a nuclear weapon, which not only threatens Israel but also is a direct threat to US and our interests.
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows Mitt Romney attracting support from 47% of voters nationwide, while President Obama earns 45% of the vote.
Another excuse not to talk about Obama's record. You can't speak of Romney without contrasting him to the current president.
Bill Clinton: Extend Bush Tax Cuts
Suppose you answer that, seeing that you're making the case this is a fiscal disciplined president. Exactly how much do you attribute to Obama?
Mitt Romney would respect an Israeli decision to make a unilateral military strike against Iran aimed at preventing Tehran from obtaining nuclear capability
Prime example of media bias. Had this been Bush the media would be relentless:
Obama’s Security Breach In Libya Is Ignored By American Media
Apparently you're ignoring it. Bill Clinton disagrees with Obama. Who do you think is right?
Mitt Romney would respect an Israeli decision...
Only the insane could look at Obama's last 4 years and say, "Hell yeah, i want 4 more years of record deficits, high unemployment, and turmoil in the middle east"
I suppose he can pull an "obama" and continue to blame Bush.
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