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Monday, September 17, 2012

72% Put Freedom of Speech Ahead of Not Offending Other Cultures: Opposite Stance Than Obama

By Susan Duclos

By bowing in submission to Mohammed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood when the Obama administration first apologized, then condemned free speech in regards to a 14 minute Mohammed Movie trailer which offended Muslim extremists, then attempted to have YouTube remove it, which they refused to do, then sending Federal authorities to question the man who published the video, Barack Obama has taken the side of an issue which goes against the grain for 72 percent of Americans.

Voters overwhelmingly rate protecting freedom of speech as more important than not offending other nations and cultures despite claims that the latest outbreak of anti-American violence in the Middle East is due to an amateur YouTube video that mocks Islam.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 72% of Likely U.S. Voters believe it is more important for the United States to guarantee freedom of speech. Only 15% consider it more important for the United States to make sure that nothing is done to offend other nations and cultures. Thirteen percent (13%) are undecided.

Obama's humiliating response of appeasement instead of standing up for the constitutionally protected right of free speech as his oath of office demands, is the reason terrorists and Muslim extremists are now issuing ultimatums, criminalize free speech or lose U.S. Consulate, and Iran threatening to sue Obama,