Friday, September 14, 2012

Rasmussen: Just 29% Of Americans Are Even "Somewhat Confident" Libya Will Punish Ambassador’s Killers

Here's the latest Rasmussen report...

Most Americans believe the Libyan government may have had something to do with the murder this week of the U.S. ambassador there and are not confident that the Libyans will punish his killers.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 51% of American Adults think it’s likely the government of Libya was involved in the murder of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.

Thirty percent (30%) consider that unlikely. This includes 31% who say it’s Very Likely the Libyan government was involved and just seven percent (7%) who believe it’s Not At All Likely.

Nineteen percent (19%) are not sure.

My friends... this survey sidesteps what we actually do know.

We know that Libyan security forces deserted their posts.

We know - or should be easily able to find out - exactly who these individual policy/military/security services personnel who deserted their posts are.

Have any of you heard or read of either President Obama or Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton demanding the arrest and punishment of these cowards (at best)... conspirators (at worst)?

I haven't.

Shouldn't this be a given... a no-brainer?

And yet...


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