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The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has called an American citizen with guidance about his 1st Amendment rights under the Constitution of the United States:
Gen. Martin Dempsey called yesterday Terry Jones, who is known for inflammatory anti-Islamic rhetoric, to express his concerns about the film, saying it could inflame tensions and trigger violence.
I guess the butchering of four Americans, including our ambassador to Libya, as well as breaching our embassy in Cairo and burning the Stars and Stripes, is not inflammatory?

Mitt Romney, who appropriately expressed outrage at the loss of life and violations of sovereign U.S. territory, was quickly made the fall guy by an enraged media.

Seems even Obama's disastrous "leading from behind" policy in the Middle East, and all its bitter fruit, are beyond criticism for a media that no longer even pretends to be objective.

Like most Americans, Romney was annoyed by the conciliatory and defeatist messages coming from the State Department. Obama was quick to criticize Romney for "shooting first and aiming later."
It came from people on the ground, who are potentially in danger," Obama said. "You know, my tendency is to cut folks a little bit of slack when they're in that circumstance, rather than try to question their judgment from the comfort of a campaign office.
Today the Drudge Report posted a link to a 2008 YouTube video with then senator Obama faulting McCain and Bush for U.S. war deaths. All from the comfort of a campaign office.

But back to the Chairman Dempsey: Our cemeteries are full of patriots who paid the ultimate price for the freedoms we enjoy as Americans.

And unlike you, those men and women did not sell themselves cheap to some political hack.

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