This was nothing less than a denigration of the memories of the 12 Americans and 300 Africans who died last week in simultaneous attacks in Kenya and Tanzania, not to mention the 5,000 who were injured in these attacks.
Senator Arlen Specter does not even know how to scan a photo right
Sen. Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) said he, too, wonders about the timing - and noted the strike came the same day that news reports were quoting Clinton aides as eager for him to act presidential to distract from Sexgate.
"I want to know more, especially the reason for doing it now," said Specter. "The president's current problems have to be on the minds of many people."
The New York Times has a different quote from Arlen Specter. According to the Times, what Senator Arlen Specter said was:
Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., was only slightly softer in questioning Clinton's air strikes in Afghanistan and the Sudan, insisting: "I'm not going to suggest ulterior motives," but adding, "I especially want to know the reason for doing it now. I want to know what the evidence was."
Rupert Murdoch, publisher of the New York Post, has been fabricating quotes and falsifying news to make Clinton look even worse than he is.
Meanwhile, our old friend, Albania, reports that it thwarted a similar bomb attack on the US Embassy there.