The U.S. embassy in Pakistan certainly has its priorities straight. After the embassy was surrounded by a sea of angry radical protesters earlier today, its official Twitter account engaged in a gag-inducing virtual apology tour:

These tweets were merely a continuation of the embassy’s super-duper fool-proof submissive approach that began last week:

Of course, none of these apologies calmed or appeased the angry mob. Who’d’a thunk?

Some protesters had said they would not leave the diplomatic enclave until the US embassy was on fire.

Protesters burned an effigy of US President Barack Obama and threw missiles at the police.

One demonstrator told reporters: “The infidel who produced the movie should be hanged, or hand over him to the Muslims. And we don’t want any (US) diplomat or embassy in Pakistan: all relations should be cut off.”

The demonstrators have been dispersed. Guess that means everything’s OK, then, right? The genius(es) behind the U.S. embassy’s Twitter account wanted to make sure it’s all good in the Islamist ‘hood and addressed the protests by following in the cowardly footsteps of their counterparts in Cairo and apologizing for hurt feelings. After things calmed down, the embassy picked right back up where it had left off:

Additionally, the embassy in Pakistan has literally put its seal of approval on a set of ads running on Pakistani TV that feature President Obama and Hillary Clinton apologizing on behalf of the United States for offending delicate radical Muslim sensibilities with that horrible, meanypants film.

The advertisements appear to be an effort by the U.S. government to dampen chaos surrounding the film and undo some of the damage to America’s image in the Muslim world. Violence linked to the movie has left at least 30 people in seven countries dead, including the American ambassador to Libya. Two people have died in protests in Pakistan.

The television ads in Pakistan feature clips of President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton during press appearances in Washington in which they condemned the video. Their words were subtitled in Urdu.

“We absolutely reject its content and message,” said Clinton in the advertisement.

Unlike President Obama and his pathetic team of appeasers in the State Department, plenty of Twitterers assigned their disgust to the people who truly deserve it: the perpetually outraged Islamists.

The purpose of the “national holiday” is to allow the protesters to demonstrate peacefully.

We’re sure they’ll be on their very best behavior.