By Newt Gingrich
Sept. 12, 2012
Attacks on our embassies show we are still a nation at risk
Dear Fellow American,
The assaults upon the American diplomatic missions in Egypt and Libya yesterday are outrageous and deeply disturbing. The murder of four Americans, including US Ambassador Christopher Stevens, on the anniversary of the September 11th attacks reminds us that America remains at war with radical Islamists.
No American should be confused about the fact that these attacks were directed by enemies who hate us and who are determined to defeat us. It is a tragedy that so many of our elites refuse to acknowledge this fundamental reality.
The American people are angry at those who kill our diplomats, attack our embassies, burn our flag, and demand we censor ourselves to avoid offending them.
In this election, the American people will look for someone who will stand up for America, stand up for our diplomats, stand up for the flag, and stand up for freedom.
(Not lead from behind, not curtsey to our enemies, not apologize for our enemy’s ignorance and insanity and not apologize for their destruction of our lives and property.) jsk
II Blood-Crazed Muslims Drag Body Of US Ambassador Stevens Through Streets Of Libya
This is what Islam is all about, paying attention yet?
“The sweetest sound I know is the Muslim call to prayer” – Barack Hussein Obama
Ambassador Chris Stevens was killed Tuesday night when he and a group of embassy employees went to the consulate to try to evacuate staff as the building came under attack by a mob with guns and rocket propelled grenades.
The attack on the Benghazi consulate took place as hundreds of protesters in neighboring Egypt scaled the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and tore down and replaced the American flag with a black Islamic banner.
The attacks in Benghazi and Cairo were the first such assaults on U.S. diplomatic facilities in either country, at a time when both Libya and Egypt are struggling to overcome the turmoil following the ouster of their longtime authoritarian leaders, Muammar Qadhafi and Hosni Mubarak, in uprisings last year.
Source – Daily Caller
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