David Gregory: You’re a supporter of governor Romney, is this American weakness that brought this on. Is that the Republican view, is that what the view of President Romney would be?
Rep. Peter King: Well my view is President Obama’s policy has been confusing it’s been apologetic and it’s been misguided. From the day he started his apology tour back in 2009 , he was no matter what people say, apologizing for America. Somehow suggesting that we’ve been anti Islam until he became the president. Even talking about Iraq. He took our troops out of Iraq without even getting the status of forces agreement. He was given a glide path in Iraq and yet he pulled the troops out, brags about the fact that the troops are out, gives a definite get for getting out in Afghanistan. What he’s doing by that is telling our allies they can’t trust us.Obama did not in any sense of the definition, apologize for America - yet the allegedly liberal media fails to counter the charge.
The Status of Forces Agreement [SOFA] was negotiated in full, by the Bush Administration in 2008 - yet the allegedly liberal media fails to counter the charge.
Obama does erroneously take credit for withdrawing US forces from Iraq - and the allegedly liberal media fails to counter the charge.
Peter King makes drive by statements of provable falsehoods, like many other politicians, of both parties. But he does so to the peril of the GOP. If Republicans wish to ever stop the minor alternating balance of the teeter-totter every four years, they need to repudiate lies and falsehoods, while continuing to point out those by the left.