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Obama Takes a Shot in the Dark at Romney

By on 9.12.12 | 6:34PM

In response to Mitt Romney's criticism of the actions of the Obama Administration following the attacks on our diplomatic posts in Egypt and Libya, President Obama told Steve Kroft of 60 Minutes that Romney "seems to have a tendency to shoot first and aim later."

Well, isn't this a classic case of the pot calling the kettle black?

This from the President who said he bowled like he was in the Special Olympics, that the Cambridge Police Department "acted stupidly" while admitting he didn't have all the facts and said we shouldn't be seen as "meddling" as the Iranian government murdered its own people. 

When it came to the Obama Administration's inept response in Egypt and Libya, Mitt Romney was a straight shooter.

As for Obama, this was nothing more than a shot in the dark.

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