Kill our Ambassador and we’ll send you another $6.3 Billion

by Steve Ray on September 22, 2012

These are pictures you will not see in the Obama media. Our US Ambassador to Libya being tortured and dragged through the streets before being murdered.

This is our American Ambassador, J. Christopher Stevens, diplomat, father, husband, and American Citizen, being dragged through the streets of Benghazi, and President Obama does NOTHING! . . . except go to Las Vegas for a fund raiser, plus two more today.

To most Americans this is an act of war.  To our president it’s just another act of office violence like Fort Hood.

He and the Secretary of State have already apologized to the Muslims and will soon send Libya another $6.3 Billion in foreign aid. This is pretty pathetic.

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

david September 22, 2012 at 4:08 AM

Why blame a whole nation for the actions of a group of violent fundamentalists? Libya was ruled and dominated by one character and his thugs for over 40 years, and now they’re trying to find their footing in this new path. The 9/11 terrorists were almost all Saudi Arabian. Did you blame the whole country of Saudi Arabia? Did you then ask why we didn’t go to war against them?

Rob September 22, 2012 at 8:55 AM

I wonder if and how hard Libya is trying to find those that were responsible for this heinous act. Shouldn’t the U.S. use the foreign aid money as leverage to ensure justice and the safety of our citizens? And what is the foreign aid money being used for? After 9/11 we went to war against those responsible… Terrorists. What is our gov. doing to ensure justice for our ambassador and all the other Americans that were tortured and killed?

Joe September 22, 2012 at 11:15 AM

Unfortunately acts like these are not the work of small radical groups, but they reflect the predominant attitude of orthodox Muslims. Muslims who do not condone such acts are either caught in Islam and fear to leave because of threats, or they are “cafeteria” muslims who do not follow all the teachings of Mohammed to the letter and select only what they like. A full scale war might threaten relations with the whole Arab world, threaten the safety of Americans there, and threaten the safety of the Eastern Catholic churches, but out of a sense of justice some measure of military protections and economic sanctions should be enacted to entice the Libyan government to comply with international standards for the protection of human rights.

Angee MacMurray September 22, 2012 at 1:12 PM

Steve Ray, What happened to my comments Sep. 12-20 on the Israel blog??? I don’t know how to make them stay or do they get cleared? Steve…I left messages for my parents, Robert and Constance Loveall, while they were with you, but I can’t pull them up to share with them, now. Did you ever receive them? I saw them actually post when I did them, but I cannot see them now. HELP?

STEVE RAY HERE: THEY DON’T GET CLEARED. IF YOU POSTED THEM THEY SHOULD STILL BE THERE UNDER THE DAY THAT YOU POSTED THEM IN THE COMMENTS SECTION. SORRY FOR ANY PROBLEMS, BUT I DON’T DELETE THEM SINCE I AM GLAD YOU POSTED THEM. NOT SURE WHAT TO SAY.

Rick September 22, 2012 at 3:33 PM

Steve, you are doing great work by awakening our nation to the real nature of this disappointing story and our weak and misguided leadership in the White House. Thanks and may God bless you and your family.

AuntieD September 28, 2012 at 11:00 AM

I had read, shortly after this happened, that the Ambassador was found by himself in a burned-out room. He was helped out by sympathetic Lybians who tried to get him to a hospital. Not having proper equipment or vehicles, a man dragged him out, put him on his shoulder, and transported him to the hospital in a car. He was near death then from smoke inhalation and could not be revived at the hospital.
The pictures shown here are consistent with that information.

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