Mitt Romney knows what to think of the tragic violence in Libya and Egypt that left multiple American diplomats dead: it's good for him politically. While President Obama was reassuring and securing American personnel in the aftermath of this attack, Mitt Romney was busy taking political advantage of it by touting an embassy statement condemning religious incitement released hours before the attacks. I guess that serves one purpose: we already knew that Mitt Romney never cared about Americans who serve in harm's way (hell, he never even mentioned the service of soldiers serving in Afghanistan in his acceptance speech at the RNC), now we also know that Mitt Romney is in favor of religious incitement.
Mitt Romney's politicization of this tragedy was so brazen that even Republicans are running away from it.
Congressman Mike Rogers, a Republican from Michigan and chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, avoided Romney’s same level of criticism on the show, appearing to call for a pause in the political rhetoric for a few days.[...]And former Ambassador Nicholas Burnes, who served both Republican and Democratic presidents, had this to say:
Rogers added, “I’m not exactly sure what Gov. Romney was specifically talking about. I think probably what you saw there was the frustration with a foreign policy that probably is a little out of kilter of where the governor would be when it comes to the Middle East. I think that’s probably what you’re seeing there.”
“I was, frankly, very disappointed and dismayed to see Gov. Romney inject politics into this very difficult situation where our embassies are under attack, where there’s been a big misunderstanding in the Middle East, apparently, about an American film, where we’re trying to preserve the lives of our diplomats,” Burns said on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports this afternoon. “This is no time for politics.”Mitt Romney is a man irreparably damaged and irrefutably unfit to lead.