September 13, 2012


Rumsfeld Says Attacks Were Due to "Weakness"

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld asserted yesterday that Mitt Romney was right to point out that the U.S. embassy attacks in Egypt and Libya were due to "perceived American weakness."

However, the Daily Dolt points out that there were twelve embassy attacks during George W. Bush's presidency -- the most of any president -- including eight under Rumsfeld's watch.










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