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Administration Not Working Hard Enough to Keep our Embassies Safe

By David Kraemer – ConservativeAmerican.org – Leading the way Right.

One of our embassies was attacked today.  This time it was in Kabul, Afghanistan and while no Americans were hurt, ABCDEmocrat News reports hundreds woke on Christmas morning to the sounds of the attack.

So, while President Obama vacations and golfs in Hawaii and dithers about, his administration is just “reviewing security” at our embassies around the world!  15 months after Benghazi, and they are still just REVIEWING it!! Here’s an idea from a wacky, right-wing Conservative American, why not stop goofing around and DO SOMETHING about embassy security!!

This Christmas day assault is the latest embassy attack that has happened under team Obama’s watch.  Just days ago, NSA Adviser Susan Rice said she wouldn’t even talk about the “False Scandal” of the lies she and others told about the embassy attack 15 months ago in Benghazi, Libya because…

“In the midst of all of the swirl about things like ‘talking points,’ the administration has been working very, very hard across the globe to review our security of our embassies and our facilities.  That’s what we ought to be focused on.”

Poor old Susan Rice just doesn’t even have the time to think about the families of the four killed in Benghazi, the ones she lied to.  Nope, no time.  She says she has no time because, “the administration has been working very, very hard across the globe to REVIEW” security.

To review it.  Not to do anything about it, just to REVIEW it.

Hey Susan, I can call you Susan, right?… You and John Kerry and Commander in Chief Obama better get off your rear ends and do something about protecting our embassies instead of just “reviewing it.” The reckless and careless behavior of this administration, Hillary Clinton and John Kerry, is putting American lives at risk every single day at our facilities around the world. The President of the United States has a duty to keep Americans safe. It is his primary duty. Less reviewing and more doing, Mr. President.

 

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