Romney Eloquence and Presidential Demeanor on Embassy Murders Prove His Mettle!

By John W. Lillpop

In accordance with the “Blame America!” theme of the Obama administration, the following statement was issued by diplomats in Cairo on September 11:

"The Embassy of the United States in Cairo condemns the continuing efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims – as we condemn efforts to offend believers of all religions," the embassy said in the statement, which was published online."

  Without reading the statement in detail, one might assume that it was a release by Al-Quaeda or other Islamaofascist extremist group trying to rub salt in the still- tender wounds from 9/11/01.

Unfortunately, the statement was made by American ambassadors in Cairo. They seem to have the Obama anti-American talking points fully programmed in their small, bitter minds.

Imagine such a statement on September 11 about yet another assault on Americans and American sovereignty by Islamofascists—but issued by Americans! The mind boggles.

The events that followed in Libya were even more horrific as four Americans were brutally murdered.

To his credit and glory, Republican Presidential nominee broke with the Obama administration in a large way—Romney advocated on behalf of the Americans, and criticized the Obama administration for apologizing for American behavior.

Romney’s statement the next morning, as reported, in part, at reference 1, should be required reading for all members of the mainstream media and all other anti-US leftists.

Romney, with great eloquence and presidential demeanor said:

Good morning. Americans woke up this morning with - with tragic news and felt heavy hearts as they considered that individuals who have served in our diplomatic corps were brutally murdered across the world.

This attack on American individuals and embassies is outrageous, it's disgusting, it - it breaks the hearts of all of us who think of these people who have served during their lives the cause of freedom and justice and honor.

We - we mourn their loss and join together in prayer that the spirit of the Almighty might comfort the families of those who have been so brutally slain.

Four diplomats lost their life, including the U.S. ambassador, J. Christopher Stevens, in the attack on our embassy at Benghazi, Libya. And of course with these words I extend my condolences to the grieving loved ones who have left behind, as a result of these who have lost their lives in the service of our nation.

And I know that the people across America are grateful for their service. And we mourn their sacrifice.

America will not tolerate attacks against our citizens and against our embassies. We'll defend also our constitutional rights of speech and assembly and religion.

We have confidence in our cause in America. We respect our Constitution. We stand for the principles our Constitution protects. We encourage other nations to understand and respect the principles of our Constitution, because we recognize that these principles are the ultimate source of freedom for individuals around the world.

I also believe the administration was wrong to stand by a statement sympathizing with those who had breached our embassy in Egypt, instead of condemning their actions. It's never too early for the United States government to condemn attacks on Americans and to defend our values.

The White House distanced itself last night from the statement, saying it wasn't cleared by Washington. That reflects the mixed signals they're sending to the world.

The attacks in Libya and Egypt underscore that the world remains a dangerous place and that American leadership is still sorely needed. In the face of this violence, American cannot shrink from the responsibility to lead. American leadership is necessary to ensure that events in the region don't spin out of control. We cannot hesitate to use our influence in the region to support those who share our values and our interests.

Over the last several years, we've stood witness to an Arab spring that presents an opportunity for a more peaceful and prosperous, but also poses the potential for peril if the forces of extremism and violence are allowed to control the course of events. We must strive to ensure that the Arab spring does not become an Arab winter. With that, I'm happy to take any questions you may have.”
Those are the words of a man who should be Commander-in-Chief of these United States.

God willing, he will be after November 6!