Middle East Meltdown

Gail Collins of the NY Times has written an amazingly empty column criticizing Mitt Romney’s comments about the recent events in Egypt and Libya. Evidently, in her eagerness to join the media feeding frenzy, she felt that anything would do. Without providing any analysis or insight of any kind, she labels Romney’s criticism of the White House as a “major meltdown,” apparently because he didn’t opt for “at least a brief show of national unity.” Well. So I guess if Romney had waited a few hours, then his comments would have gotten her seal of approval. Of course, the real meltdown is Obama’s foreign policy. Not to mention that Collins’ empty column represents yet another example of liberal desperation.

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