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    Remember when President Obama attended the DC Correspondent's Dinner the same night the mission to kill Bin Laden was underway?  Remember how awed both Republicans and Democrats were that President Obama made jokes, was cool as could be that night?  

      Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan and the rightwing talking heads have their panties in a bunch over President Obama allowing a pre-taped showing (taped Monday) of the View be aired on the day Foreign Leaders are in NYC at the UN.

      Romney, Ryan and the rightwing talking heads are implying that President Obama must not take Foreign Policy seriously if he isn't sitting in a New York hotel holding meetings with Foreign Leaders who are attending the UN General Meeting?

      So, does that mean Romney thinks President Obama should have cancelled on the DC dinner the night he ordered Bin Laden killed?

     Let's see, President Obama taped the View on Monday day and ... President Obama spent Monday night at a UN Reception with Foreign Leaders of Foreign Countries. But, according to rightwinged talking heads, that fact is no excuse for Obama declining to meet with other Foreign Leaders one-on-one for you know, no apparent reason.

      Eric Cantor, who on January 20, 2009 plotted to sabotage the US Economy in a 4 hour covert meeting with Paul Ryan and 10 other Republican members of Congress complained about President Obama and said:

CANTOR: “The president’s unwillingness to meet with Bibi Netanyahu when he is in New York but instead willing to go on the ‘The View’ in New York – I mean, I think it speaks volumes to the lack of seriousness with which the president is taking the current situation,”

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R) of Virginia in a Monday conference call organized by the Romney campaign.

    Republicans will never be accused of letting facts get in the way of their bullsh!t. The fact is, President Obama did not turn that down a meeting with Bibi Netanyahu due to time pressure of pre-taping "The View" show.  Um ... Fact is, Prime Minister Netanyahu is not in New York in the days President Obama is in New York. And President Obama is not in New York on the days when the prime minister, Netanyahu, will be in New York.

     Oh, and let's not forget, last week President Obama had an hour long telephone conversation with Bibi.  

    Ya know, since 2009 the rightwing have been complaining that President Obama isn't kissing Bibi Netanyahu's yahu.  And the rightwing complaints have nothing to do with actual facts but everything to do with the January 20, 2009 covert meeting where 12 Republican members of Congress plotted to undermine the President of the United States as was reported in Robert Draper's book, "Do Not Ask What Good We Do: Inside the U.S. House of Representatives."

     And today, right now, Romney Foreign Policy Adviser, rightwing warmonger Dan Senor, whose advice got 5000 US Troops killed searching for imaginary WMD in Iraq when he worked in Bush/Cheney Administration, is telling NBC that it's President Obama's fault that Iran is close to a nuclear weapon.  

      hmm ... I'm waiting for Dan Senor to tell NBC that Iran was twiddling their thumbs between 2003-2008 when Bush, Cheney, Senor and other Bush Advisers had our Troops dying and getting maimed searching for Senor's imaginary WMD.

      Romney can't aim straight and talk at the same time.  Consequently, the rightwing is so jealous of President Obama that they literally had to plot, in a 4 hour covert meeting, to undermine President Obama on the night he was inaugurated.

      By the way, Romney keeping his Foreign Policy Plan, Economic Plan, Tax Plan, Energy Committee are "secret" from voters is not a sign of a leader -- those are signs of a sneak ... a sneak who cannot be trusted as President.

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