Stable Hand expresses frustration with Dumbo’s, b/k/a Barack Obama, ceaseless quest to blame the¬† shambles¬† of his failed Middle East policy on some stupid Internet video, from Jawa Report:

“UNGA always provides an opportunity for the President to put the international situation in context, and to put forward a vision of US leadership. I would certainly expect the President to address the recent unrest in the Muslim world, and the broader context of the democratic transitions in the Arab World.”

“As he has in recent days, the President will make it clear that we reject the views in this video, while also underscoring that violence is never acceptable – a message that has been echoed by the leaders he has personally reached out to in places like Libya, Egypt and Yemen. He will also send a clear message that the United States will never retreat from the world; will bring justice to those who harm Americans; and will stand strongly for our democratic values abroad.

Reax:

Obama, stop your damn nonsense and man up for God’s sake. The death of four Americans is on you and your administration’s hands, not on the maker of that stupid video.

Had not Dumbo, Mrs.Clinton and the entire White House foreign relations team not been endlessly hyping the video, few would have ever known about it. Does Obama’s posse of clown blame the biggest loss to Marine Corp aviation sine Wake Island in 1931 on some stupid Internet video,from John Hudson, Atlantic:

The U.S. Suffered Its Worst Airpower Loss Since Vietnam Last Week and No One Really Noticed

The Taliban attack on an air base in southern Afghanistan on Friday drew coverage for the way the insurgents cloaked themselves in U.S. army uniforms to gain a tactical advantage, but few have taken note of the historical proportions of the damage inflicted. John Gresham, at the Defense Media Network, has published a detailed account of the attack on Camp Bastion, in which two Marines were killed, six U.S. Marine Corps jet fighters were destroyed, and two more “significantly” damaged. Those facts were all carried in most reports, but if that just sounds like a typical damage report from a decade-long war, you’re wrong. Gresham explains the devastating damage done to VMA-211, the name of the Marine Corps attack squadron that was most affected last week, noting that it is “arguably the worst day in [U.S. Marine Corps] aviation history since the Tet Offensive of 1968.” Or you could go back even further. “The last time VMA-211 was combat ineffective was in December 1941, when the squadron was wiped out during the 13-day defense of Wake Island against the Japanese.”

American infantry used to count on American air supremacy Had to to do air support without airplanes.