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I think Otto -- it's a disgrace what happened to Otto. It's a total disgrace what happened to Otto. That should never, ever be allowed to happen. And frankly, if he were brought home sooner, I think the result would have been a lot different. He should have been brought home that same day. The result would have been a lot different.
But what happened to Otto is a disgrace. And I spoke with his family. His family is incredible, what they've gone through. But he should have been brought home a long time ago.
Thank you all very much. I appreciate it.
Don't let a good tragedy go to waste, eh?
originally posted by: Grambler
a reply to: theantediluvian
You can say what you will, I saw Otto's dad's press conference, and it was obvious he was seething about Obamas admin not doing anything.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
a reply to: Grambler
I understand that and I understand that is by all accounts, his honest opinion. I have nothing but sympathy for Otto Warmbier's family and friends.
Mr. Warmbier is entitled to say and believe anything he wants and I wouldn't dream of slighting him in any way.
Are you willing to say that the Obama administration wasn't really trying to get Warmbier back based on the perception of a grieving father? What about the ten Americans that did come home? None of those can be attributed to the efforts of the Obama administration? They all just got lucky that North Korea lost interest?