AP covers for the Regime as thanks for spying?

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The AP “news” service which has often been called the “Administration’s Press” is at it again. Maybe as thanks for the Regime spying on it and its reporters, AP drive by state run “writer” Russ Bynum covered up yesterday for the Kenyan Kommie’s huge gaffe about Gulf of Mexico ports, to wit:

Q. You mentioned infrastructure. Why is that a partisan issue? I live in a town, the bridge is falling apart, it’s not safe. How does that become Republican or Democrat? How do you not just fix the bridge? (Laughter and applause.)

A. Kenyan Kommie: I don’t know. As you know, for the last three years, I’ve said, let’s work together.  Let’s find a financing mechanism and let’s go ahead and fix our bridges, fix our roads, sewer systems, our ports. The Panama is being widened so that these big supertankers can come in.  Now, that will be finished in 2015. If we don’t deepen our ports all along the Gulf — places like Charleston, South Carolina, or Savannah, Georgia, or Jacksonville, Florida — if we don’t do that, those ships are going to go someplace else. And we’ll lose jobs. Businesses won’t locate here.

The only conceivable way to interpret what Obama actually said is that the ports of Charleston, Savannah, and Jacksonville are “along the Gulf” of Mexico. Of course, these ports are really on the Atlantic Ocean.

Hey dumb a$$ ex-lawyer O’Bama-Soetoro: go back to 6th grade geography to see just exactly where those American port cities lie [hint, hint, check a map such as the one ESH has provided].
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