October 18, 2012

OBAMA: ‘WHEN FOUR AMERICANS GET KILLED, IT’S NOT OPTIMAL:’

President Obama, during the taping of The Daily Show, discussed the Benghazi terrorist attack that claimed the lives of the U.S. Ambassador to Libya and three other Americans.

“Here’s what I’ll say. When four Americans get killed, it’s not optimal. We’re going to fix it,” Obama said per pool. “The government is a big operation and [at] any given time something screws up,” he also said, saying that he believes “you find out what’s broken and you fix it.”

Drudge links a flashback to Obama calling their deaths “bumps in the road,” and it also brings to mind his equally cold-hearted phrase that America could “absorb” another 9/11-sized attack.

Not to mention, coming so quickly after another feckless debate performance, the cold and aloof technocratic tone of Michael Dukakis.

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