Protests by enraged Muslims over a film made in the U.S. they claim mocks the Prophet Mohammad have spread across the Middle East and into Asia, giving President Obama an unexpected foreign policy problem to deal with in the middle of the Presidential campaign.
Rick McKee of the Augusta Chronicle draws what he sees as a typical anti-American film critic:
Bill Day chooses to show what he thinks are the two sides of the terrorism coin:
Dave Granlund focuses in on the sudden firestorm surrounding President Obama's re-election campagin:
While our own conservative bomb thrower, Gary McCoy, thinks this reaction by Muslim extremists is par for the course: