One of the political fights that arose from the terrorism incident in Libya consulate early this year and that had become a hot campaign issue, has come to a close.
Four years ago, the card carrying members of the liberal news media were overjoyed at the election of Barack Obama as President. In the process, they abandoned any pretext of fair and balanced reporting.
Ever since he won the first presidential debate, GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney has been making inroads against President Obama.
The question, who is the winner of the second Presidential debate last night (and the debate season)—be it, challenger Governor Mitt Romney or President Barack Obama—continues to asked and answered with feisty debate, even on Bayoubuzz.
The tragic murder of four Americans, including our Ambassador Christopher Stevens, in Benghazi, Libya on September 11 has never been adequately explained by the Obama administration.
Every day more questions are being asked about the death of U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens. He was killed along with three other Americans in a brutal assault launched on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack.
''we find them (the pictures insulting to muslims) offensive, and we certainly understand why muslims would find these images offensive. anti-muslim images are as unacceptable as anti-semitic images, anti-christian images, or any other religious belief.”
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Americans recently witnessed a horrible event as an American ambassador and three members of his staff were cruelly murdered in the streets of Libya. In addition, violent riots erupted in nearly two dozen other Muslim nations supposedly in reaction to an amateur film which they considered inflammatory.
The American response to this is confusing. There was no clear and firm immediate denunciation of the actions. Worse, the original response was an awkward statement of apology from the Cairo embassy early on, later confirmed by the Secretary of State. Finally, the President offered a tepid response following which OUR government apprehended and questioned the film maker. Intimidation?
On the campaign trail and in media interviews, Mitt Romney is usually very cautious, making bland comments on the issues of the day. In “off the record” chats with major donors, he obviously tells the real unvarnished truth. It is time some of this real truth made its way into his campaign speeches.
According to the lame stream media, his presidential campaign is now consumed in another sham controversy. The candidate appeared at a hastily arranged news conference late last night to respond to a leaked video taken at a fundraising dinner May 17 in Boca Raton, Florida.