Skip to comments.Contra Biden Propaganda: Osama Martyred, GM Dying, Al-Qaeda Alive
Posted on 10/28/2012 10:45:50 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
Among its top successes the Obama administration counts the death of Osama Bin Laden, saving GM and Chrysler, pulling out of Iraq and Afghanistan, and passing ObamaCare and the stimulus. There were a handful of other minor accomplishments, but these four constitute the history-defining ones, and are the accomplishments touted by the Obama campaign. The problem with these accomplishments is; they were all moderate to abject failures, and three of them were initiated by Bush and ruined by Obama.
Starting with Osama Bin Laden and the larger War on Terror: to everyone's relief, Obama has continued to prosecute it. It seems strange to say that people are relieved that the President did his job, but before taking office, there were many hints and whispers that Barack Obama sympathized with the terrorists.
Unfortunately, those hints and whispers continue. From al-Qaeda's attack on Fort Hood to the assassination of our Libyan ambassador, Obama has refused or resisted labeling these incidents as terrorist attacks. Even now, after several named intelligence sources have indicated al-Qaeda links, and a Fox News investigation (videos available online) of the attack indicates intricate planning, the White House is spinning a story, based on unnamed sources and a lack of information, that the attack was unplanned and not al-Qaeda related (the story uses the term "unclear"). Even worse than the spin, worse than misleading the people, is the fact that the Obama administration apologized for the exercise of free speech.
What about the killing of Osama Bin Laden himself? The initial reports portrayed a bold president who pushed for and oversaw a dangerous operation to capture the terrosist mastermind. As time has passed, we learned that the story was not so simple, or glittery. It seems that Obama canceled the raid three times, at the behest of Valerie Jarrett,
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