The Burden of Speech - Timothy EganQuicklink submitted by Susan Lee Schwartz Permalink
|Timothy Egan writes one of the most accurate analysis of Romney as revealed by his own words Egan Says: 'Romney had promised not to take political potshots on Sept. 11, that most mournful of anniversaries. But he couldn't help himself. But before the day was done, he fired off a statement bashing the commander in chief and the American Embassy at a moment of extreme peril. He did not have the dignity to wait for the families of those killed to be properly eulogized or the wisdom to wait for the facts'.... 'A man who wants to control America's nuclear arsenal can't wait for the fog of a fatal attack to clear before popping off.' ' Nor does he have the good sense to stand down until he knows what he's talking about, as did most of official Washington, Republican and Democrat.' 'Romney was left sputtering in the gutter with the dregs of his party.'|
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