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Saturday, September 15, 2012

No Wonder They're Blaming the Idiot Who Made the Movie


The embassy was "like a cardboard building." More from the article:
Hunt told Breitbart News that the new State Department Rules of Engagement for Libya, approved and signed by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton since the 2011 fall of Khadafi's regime, severely compromised the safety and security of murdered Ambassador Stevens and all American diplomatic staff in Libya.

He also stated that the decision not to staff Benghazi with Marines was made by Secretary of State Clinton when she attached her signature to the State Department Rules of Engagement for Libya document. Breitbart News has subsequently learned that under those rules of engagement, Secretary Clinton prohibited Marines from providing security at any American diplomatic installation in Libya.
Hunt told Breitbart News that "the rules of engagement have been changing drastically over the last 10 years. . . The reason the surge in Iraq worked was we had another 40,000 soldiers and the rules of engagement were changed to allow our guys to shoot. What’s happened in Libya is the final straw of political correctness. We allowed a contractor to hire local nationals as security guards, but said they can't have bullets. This was all part of the point of not having a high profile in Libya."
According to Hunt, the debacle at the American mission in Benghazi is directly the result of Obama's new policies. "The policy of the Obama administration led to this," he said.
Think you'll see this in the mainstream media? No wonder they're scapegoating the guys who made the movie. Funny, people can ridicule Christ, stick a crucifix in urine, perform a play that portrays Jesus as homosexual...noticed any rioting Christians? But if Mohammed gets bad press, it's open season and we apologize even when they murder innocent people. Watch the administration to use this to introduce further restrictions on free speech! As for the Muslims, the devil made them do it.

1 comment:

Elisa said...

Here's a commentary by Mark Steyn on "National Review" online:
Thought it may be of interest to readers!