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Allen West Blames Obama for Libya Attack

What's this? An Obama Done Coddled the Terrorists and Apologizes to Them All the Time party? And Allen West wasn't invited?

No, wait. There he is.

With Mitt Romney leading the way and attacking a statement the president never actually made and Sarah Palin getting in on the Obama is BFFs with terrorists thing on her Facebook by saying the president needs to grow a penis or something (no really, look at her statement), Rep. West wasn't about to sit this one out.

He jumped right into the crazy to tell us all how the president is actually to blame for yesterday's embassy attacks and that he needs to stop being so appeasing to them terrorists already.

The initial response to these attacks last night from the embassy officials of the Obama Administration was to apologize for a Facebook video that supposedly hurt Muslim feelings. President Obama's policy of appeasement towards the Islamic world has manifested itself into a specter of unconscionable hatred.

Again, the president made no such "apology." It was actually a tweet from someone in the U.S. Embassy as they were being attacked and violent mobs were forming outside and maybe, just maybe, this person was trying to calm people down in a state of extreme fear and tension. But hey, let's connect everything to Obama because that's how Socialists roll!

How anyone can believe this President is strong on national security and foreign policy is beyond my comprehension....[Obama] is the weakest and most ineffective person to ever occupy the White House.

It's! Beyond! Comprehension! How this president is so weak on national security!

Even though al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki; al-Qaeda's chief of Pakistan operations Abu Hafs al-Shahri; al-Qaeda deputy 'Atiyah 'Abd al-Rahman; AQAP senior operatives Ammar al-Wa'ili, Abu Ali al-Harithi, and Ali Saleh Farhan; senior leader Harun Fazul; Taliban Pakistan leader Baitullah Mahsud; Islamiya operational planner Noordin Muhammad; AQEA planner Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan; al-Qaeda operational commanders Saleh al-Somali and 'Abdallah Sa'id; Haqqani network commander Muhammad Haqqani; Lashkar-e Jhangvi leader Qari Zafar; al-Qaeda operative Hussein al-Yemeni; 2002 Bali bombings mastermind Dulmatin; Iraqi al-Qaeda leaders Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi; al-Qaeda's number-three commander Sheik Saeed al-Masri; and al-Qaeda commander Hamza al-Jawfi were all killed during Obama's first term.

Oh and some dude named Osama bin Laden.

Other than that, yeah, this Obama character is like, the weakest.

Americans need to question whether the deaths of these innocent patriots could have been avoided. The Obama Administration touted the Arab Spring as an awakening of freedom, which we now see is a nightmare of Islamism.

The Arab Spring has become a Islamic nightmare! GAHHH!!!

Even though Republicans John McCain and Lindsey Graham said the complete opposite thing in their own statement today in which they say giving up on the Arab Spring would be a betrayal to Chris Stevens, the ambassador who was killed in the Libya attack:

We cannot resign ourselves to the false belief that the Arab Spring is doomed to be defined not by the desire for democracy and freedom that has inspired millions of people to peaceful action, but by the dark fanaticism of terrorists. To follow this misguided path would not only be a victory for the extremists and their associates, but a betrayal of everything for which Chris Stevens and his colleagues stood and gave their lives.

So, the Arab Spring has been a failure, except that it hasn't, and Obama is a terrorist-coddling weakling, even though he kills them by the assload.

But hey, facts are annoying, bro.

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