Thursday, September 20, 2012

Egypt and Libya Attacks - #4229 - VIDEO: Greta Interview with John Bolton, former U.S. Ambassador to U.N. - Al Qaeda Behind Libya Attack: What It Means (2) Romney's Remarks are Another Chick-Fil-A Moment - Redstate

PLEASE WATCH THIS VIDEO, JOHN BOLTON EXPLAINS WHAT IS AT STAKE WITH OBAMA'S DISASTROUS FOREIGN POLICY WITH MUSLIM COUNTRIES AND THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD. John Bolton shows what happens when you let your guard down against terrorism. "I am begging citizens to focus on this, that you are picking your commander-in-chief for the next 4 years.

Romney's Remarks are Another Chick-Fil-A Moment - Redstate - Just a few months ago, Dan Cathy of Chick-Fil-A, gave an interview to a Christian publication that asked him about the Chick-Fil-A Foundation’s support of marriage. Cathy defending his position and spoke about his family’s faith. picked it up and ran a story that Cathy had come out against gay marriage. In fact, Cathy hadn’t been asked directly about gay marriage, but it was implicit in what he said. The story swirled around the internet. Leftwingers and media mouthpieces across the country condemned Chick-Fil-A for serving bigotry on a bun. Suddenly the most controversial thing in America was two buttered buns and a pickle. Mayors were demanding Chick-Fil-A not come to their cities. Liberals were screaming about intolerance and bigotry. Then Mike Huckabee and others declared a Chick-Fil-A Day. On the appointed day, lines of cars stretched around city blocks. Lines of people stretched across parking lots. Turns out a lot of people agreed with Dan Cathy. But it also turned out a lot of people who did not agree, but were not offended and showed up to support Chick-Fil-A. A counter protest was held — a so called “kiss in.” Few people showed up. The Chick-Fil-A controversy animated a whole lot of people. It just turned out that the people it most animated were the people who agreed with Dan Cathy. So it is, I think, with Mitt Romney’s comments. I think the media and the left have badly misread the American mood on this. On CNN yesterday, I spent a fair amount of time with Kate Bolduan and Joe Johns, two of my favorite people. They kept focusing on Mitt Romney’s characterization of the word “victims.”  Read more........

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