Mr. Gurowitz: Blaming the inappropriate but free speech of an anti-Muslim film for the pre-planned coordinated attacks on the our Libyan embassy is like blaming your pencil for poor SAT scores.
Our ambassador, two ex-Navy Seals and a fourth American are dead, and all Obama can do is apologize and go to fundraisers. What does it take to understand that a coordinated attack, with advanced weaponry on the 9/11 anniversary, being blamed on a 2-month-old movie trailer is just another excuse for the last three years of a devastating foreign policy?
Our president lies, and people like Ed Gurowitz swear to it. Face it, we have a pro-Muslim, anti-Israeli and seemingly anti-American president occupying the White House who makes excuses and blames anybody and anything to cover his inadequacy, amateurishness and disastrous economic, energy and foreign policies. Why do so many Americans wonder whose side Barrack Hussein Obama is on anyway?
Mr. Gurowitz, if you want to write about the necessity of American free speech, that’s fine, but leave out your ignorant partisan words and stick to the issue.
Two weeks ago, you wrote about the legal battles between IVGID and Aaron Katz, and found it necessary to slander the name of Paul Ryan with a ridiculous unfounded remark comparing Ryan to Katz. It was a disgustingly dumb addition to the writing of a man who claims intelligence by displaying his PhD at the end of every submitted column.
Here is a suggestion that might alleviate some of your misinformed drivellous prattle: Try submitting a column every other week and spend some time researching your arguments.