I watched Romney's presser, the one with the famous smirk. Just before the famous smirk, the last reporter to ask Mitt a question before he abruptly shambled off the stage (smirking) asked (@ 9m:00s into the linked video):

"How specifically, Governor Romney, would a President Romney have handled this situation differently than President Obama did? You spoke out before midnight when all the facts weren't known, how would you have handled his differently than President Obama did?"
Romney responded, smacking his lips:
"I spoke out when the key fact that I referred to was known... Which was that the embassy of the United States issued what appeared to be an apology for American principles. That was a mistake. And I believe that when a mistake is made of that significance, you speak out."
Remember, this presser was given AFTER it was known that Ambassador Stevens and three other Americans had been killed in the US embassy in Libya; Romney himself stated that the embassy statement in question had been issued after the embassy had been breached.

Let me cut right to the chase:

Romney's response to a statement issued after the embassy's defenses had been breached, and before the embassy's US Ambassador and three other Americans were about to be killed, would have been to "speak out" against "what appeared to be an apology for American principles."

This f*ucker is DANGEROUS and should not be let anywhere NEAR the White House.


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