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Sunday, September 30, 2012

Obama's Libya Handling Panned In Poll

President Barack Obama is starting to see some backlash from friends and foes in Washington and from voters over his handling of the situation in Libya, where U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens was killed there on Sept. 11. Obama is now facing criticism from fellow Democratic lawmakers questioning why the administration refused to originally characterize the attacks as an act of terror. The Washington Examiner reported that Democratic Sen. John Kerry wrote a bipartisan letter to Deputy Secretary of State Thomas Nides, which called for an "accounting of the attacks against U.S. missions in Egypt, Libya and Yemen." More

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ambassador Stevens is screaming out from his grave. That's why the CNN crew found his diary. It was divine intervention.
Obama admin failed those who were murdered in Libya terribly. Security was nonexistance.
There wasn't even that so called protest going on outside the consulate. It is all a lie made up to cover up Obama's failure to provide security to those people.