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Krauthammer’s Take

From Special Report with Bret BaierMonday, September 24, 2012

On media treatment of Obama’s “bump in the road” comment on events in the Middle East:

If Romney had said the death of our ambassador — the first time in 30 years — the attack on the embassy, the death of three other Americans, the hoisting of the black al-Qaeda flag over four U.S. embassies, and demonstrations all over the Middle East all the way to Indonesia, including a burning effigy of Obama inSri Lanka of all places, is “a bump in the road,” it would be a three-day headline.

[But because Obama said it] you hardly hear about it anywhere.

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