Back in 2008 when I discovered that, as an Illinois state senator, B(arry) S(oetoro) Obama had three-times voted against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act, I knew then that we’re dealing with a cold-hearted SOB. The Born Alive Act extends legal protection to an infant who survives a failed attempt at a late-term abortion. By voting against the Act, B.S. Obama effectively voted for infanticide.
So we really shouldn’t be surprised by the POS’s latest display of his icy pitch-black heart.
Last night, September 23, 2012, on CBS’s 60 Minutes, correspondent Steve Kroft interviewed the POS.
Alluding to the recent attacks on our embassy in Cairo and on our consulate in Benghazi, and the killing of our ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three other diplomatic staff members, Kroft asked the POS “if recent events in the Middle East give you any pause about your support for the governments that have come to power following the ‘Arab Spring’.”
This is what the POS said:
“But…there’ll be bumps in the road…. There are streams of [Islamic] extremism and anti-Americanism and anti-western sentiments that can be tapped into by demagogues. There’ll probably be times when we bump up against some of these countries and have strong disagreements. But I do think that over the long term we’re more likely to get a Middle East and North Africa that’s more peaceful, more prosperous, and more aligned with our interests.”
Here are the “bumps in the road” to which the POS was referring:
Bump No. 1: U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens:
Here’s Bump No. 1’s dead body, showing bruises from having been tortured, being dragged through streets:
Bump No. 2: Foreign Service Information Management Officer Sean Smith, who was killed along with Amb. Stevens:
Bumps No. 3 and No. 4: Former Navy SEALS Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty who provided security at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi and were murdered along with Amb. Stevens and Officer Sean Smith:
And yet the polls say this POS with an icy pitch-black heart has the approval of 40% to 50% of Americans.