Anti-Muslim film

November 12, 2012 

TOM BAKER, Waitsburg

The headline on a Nov. 8 article by The Associated Press: "Man behind anti-Muslim film given prison time." The story explained, "The California man behind the anti-Muslim film that riled the Middle East was sentenced to a year in prison."

Someone should mention to the AP that its candidate won the election on Nov. 6.

The AP also needs to know that the original cover story for the attack on the Benghazi consulate has lost its legs and that a new and more sophisticated alibi will be coming sometime between now and 2016, if Sen. Harry Reid gives his approval.

Also worthy of mention is that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has already fallen on her sword to protect the reputation of our glorious leader and assure his return to the White House.

The credibility of the AP has gone to a minus 10.

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