Skip to comments.Obama flagged for excessive celebration
Posted on 09/18/2012 5:56:36 AM PDT by pietraynor
It's amazing how quickly President Barack Obama and the Democrats have stopped bragging about killing Osama bin Laden.
I guess a couple of attacks -- one deadly -- on American embassies and consulates by Islamist mobs and terrorists in Cairo, Benghazi and elsewhere will do that to you. Suddenly it is not so smart to go around pounding your chest, spiking the football, taunting your opponents and taking credit for the assassination of the al-Qaida leader.
Up to and through the Democratic Party Convention in Charlotte, N.C., Obama, Joe Biden, Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton, Sen. John Kerry and other Democrats mocked the Republicans over the killing of Osama at his grimy compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, by Navy SEALs in May 2011.
"General Motors is alive and Osama is dead," became a mantra for the president and the Democrats in an effort to bolster Obama's image as a commanding and forceful leader when it comes to fighting Islamist terrorists.
Obama practically did a victory dance on the one-year anniversary of the killing. His White House could not leak enough classified information about the raid in order to make him look good.
Read more: http://www.lowellsun.com/columnists/ci_21569698/obama-flagged-excessive-celebration#ixzz26pEc5rAb
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Yeah but it made the dip sh*t feel good and its ALL about him.
It was that Christian guy. Yeah that's the ticket.
These riots are going to be nothing compared to what’s going to happen when obama and his crew of idiots put out the movie of Bin Ladens death.
Obama and Nakoula will be in the same boat. BTW, why can obamas people make this movie, but Nakoula can’t do the same? Makes me wonder.
“General Motors is alive and Osama is dead,”
Obama just put a big red target on his back.he’sgoing to have to live on an island to be safe,they will go hunting.
This was supposed to be Sony Pictures "multi-million dollar contribution" to Obama's campaign. What now???
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