I dunno if this is really a great medium for this sort of thing, though. Thoughts?
[View the story “Some reflections on the current round of embassy attacks.” on Storify]
I like how it makes a group of tweets accessible a lot easier. One can just Tiny URL the Storify link.
There is only one acceptable way to respond when our sovereign soil is attacked by hostile forces.
So why the [bleep] are we not doing it?
Sure we can talk about the number of people in the mob, and how outnumbered the “defenders” are. But as I recall, defeating human wave attacks where specifically why we developed the claymore mine.
Stack ’em up like cordwood. This crap will stop happening.
My answer to that opening question: No. No he isn’t as a matter of fact. He has funds to raise, you know, an election to win. What are a few dead Americans and a strategically important region going up in flames compared to that? Priorities, Mr. Lane, priorities……
Do something to stop embassy attacks?
He has a campaign to fund, an election to win, an economy to tank and Romney to frame for it. Frankly, he’s swamped!
I would prefer they feared us for just ten seconds – the last ten seconds of their lives.
I’m not that impressed by Storify, though I guess it beats retyping all those tweets into a coherent blog post…
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