Obama's parsed statement on Libya attack suggests a 'crime,' not terrorism

William Tate
A review of Barack Obama's statements shows that Barack Obama Tuesday night lied to the American people, live on nationwide TV, about his response to the attack in Libya.  In perhaps the debate's most heated exchanged, Obama claimed that the day after U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens was killed in Benghazi he called the attack on the U.S. consulate "an act of terror." He did not. Obama is an attorney who graduated from one of the country's most prestigious law schools. Like Bill "It depends on what the meaning of the word, is, is" Clinton, he knows how to parse words. Obama began his September 12 remarks, rightfully, praising the service of American diplomats and especially the four Americans killed. He then noted-as if to make sure that, after the brutal murder of an American ambassador, he was afraid of offending Muslims-that, "Since our founding, the United States has been a nation that respects all faiths." After further praise of Stevens, Obama then declared: "No acts of terror...(Read Full Post)

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