Obama scores Romney for his “poorly thought out comment” about not letting the Democrats “surrender to terror.”
Obama, of course, is the candidate who has said, “Once I’m elected, I want to organize a summit in the Muslim world, with all the heads of state, to have an honest discussion about ways to bridge the gap that grows every day between Muslims and the West.” Given the Democrats’ positions on the issues, what Obama has said in other contexts, and the zeitgeist around the world today, such a summit would only result in demands from the Muslim countries for more money, an abandonment of resistance to the global jihad, and the betrayal of Israel. But it’s Romney who is making “poorly thought out comments.” Got it.
You want poorly thought out comments? What would you think of a candidate who offers a Give-Away-The-Store Summit with Muslim leaders, such as Obama has, after previously declaring that he would bomb Pakistan?
What a choice we have in 2008.
“Obama On Romney: An ‘Ineffective Candidate,'” from The Hotline:
OMAHA, NE — Barack Obama called Mitt Romney’s candidacy “ineffective” on the day that the former MA governor dropped his bid for the presidency.
Romney, who dropped out of the race for president today in Washington, said in his exit speech that the GOP must unify and not allow Democrats to allow the country to “surrender to terror.”
“Well my reaction to Mitt Romney’s comment that’s the kind of poorly thought out comment that lead him to drop out,” Obama said during a press avail on his campaign plane. “It’s a classic attempt to appeal to people’s fears that will not work in this campaign. I think that’s part of the reason he was such an ineffective candidate.”