President Obama didn’t just shamefully hit up Sin City while four Americans lay dead after embassy attacks. He also uttered sickening comparisons and took to Telemundo to throw away a 30 year allied relationship. No, really.

That’s right. In an interview with Telemundo last night in Vegas, baby, Vegas, President Obama admitted to losing Egypt as an ally. He declared, on Telemundo, that the U.S. would no longer consider the Egyptian government an ally, “but we don’t consider them an enemy.” has more. Even MSNBC was forced to express disbelief.

This morning, on MSNBC of all places, NBC’s chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel obviously didn’t get the memo about protecting The One throughout this crisis and hammered Obama over losing one of three allies America has in the Middle East (Saudi Arabia and Israel being the other two):

CHUCK TODD: I just want to get your first reaction, before you give me a report, of the President saying Egypt was not an ally or an enemy.

RICAHED ENGEL: Yeah, I almost had to sit down when I heard that.  For the last forty years, the United States has had two main allies in the Middle East — Saudi Arabia and Egypt, the other ally in the Middle East being Israel.  For the President to come out and say, well, he’s not exactly sure if Egypt is an ally any more but it’s not an enemy, that is a significant change in the perspective of Washington toward this country, the biggest country in the Arab world.  It makes one wonder, well, was it worth it?  Was it worth supporting the Arab Spring, supporting the demonstrations here in Tahrir Square, when now in Tahrir Square there are clashes going on behind me right in front of the US embassy?

You know what would surely not be worth it? Another four years of this hot mess of a president. Unbelievable. Besides Israel, the United States has two allies in the middle east: Egypt and Saudi Arabia. President Obama’s “smart diplomacy” lost us one of them. And he irresponsibly announced it on Telemundo. Funny what happens when he is off teleprompter, huh?

Citizens are, of course, outraged. And where is the rest of the media?

Heh. Of course it would! They real issue is Romney’s statement and all.

Absurd. The press has reached rock bottom and are at risk of plummeting through the earth’s mantle.

Here is how junior high poet Rick Klein, head Obama cheerleader, responds.

Romney had a rougher day. Because, statement. We have truly fallen down the rabbit hole. President Obama also couldn’t bring himself to say terrorist and couldn’t resist a little football spiking. As four Americans lay dead and as embassies continue to be under attack.

And credit where it’s due. Luke Russert rounds out the horrifying Egypt statement with some good, old-fashioned snark.

Indeed. Voting present, once again. The middle east is in turmoil and President Obama is throwing out statements like he isn’t sure if Egypt is an ally, all willy-nilly. Decades of diplomacy down the drain. That’s what Obama calls smart?

3:00 a.m. phone call fail. Again.