Boom… FOX News General: “Panetta Is the REAL MAN Who Gave the Execute Order on Osama Bin Laden & Led That” (Video)

FOX News Lt. General Tom McInerney (retired) dropped this bomb on America Live today:

“I’m greatly impressed with Secretary Panetta because he’s the real man who gave the execute order on Osama Bin Laden and led that.”

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  • l.barney

    HA HA HA HA HA! Now when O says “I got ubl, ubl is dead! I took the shot!”

    all I will do is start laughing! HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!

  • owl

    Ha! I caught it when he said it and methinks it was on purpose.

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  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++

    knew that before Osama was purportedly
    turned into fish food, and then there’s this..

    May 3, 2011

    White House Insider: Obama Hesitated –
    Panetta Issued Order to Kill Osama Bin Laden

    ==

  • Sasja

    Barry was too afraid to go against Jarrett so the only man around had to give the order.

  • Bill Mitchell

    WAPO – Romney lead expands to +3 over Obama!

    50/47

    BAMM!

    Dem +4 sample. (Amazing how that has magically come down from D +9 isn’t it?)

  • Bill Mitchell

    Of course. Why else was Barry there in his golf clothes?

  • jb

    ‘Course . . .

    the fact that bin Laden has been dead this December for 11 years should not interrupt the narrative in either direction. Carry on.

  • MVH

    Well, somdbody had to do it.

    What with the Chicago Je$u$ being shackled by Valerie Jarrett [sic?], ya know.

  • http://saucyusa.blogspot.com Lisa G in NZ

    Good this information is coming out and its no surprise, is it?

    Leftist media will continue their current spins with hands over eyes, fingers in ears, eyes closed, humming humming humming “I can’t hear you!…” with ANY perceived negative against their annointed O.

    Its WE.THE.PEOPLE VERSUS THE LEFTIST MEDIA… Don’t forget it…

  • Sasja

    jb, I have often wondered how OBL survived so long if he was in advanced stage of kidney failure as it was reported. I would not be surprised to learn the man killed on this raid was not OBL, but someone who resembled him. Of course without a body we shall never know just as we will never know if OBL was really as sick as some said he was.

  • Oliver

    It’ll be interesting to see who gets credit in the upcoming killing bin laden movie.

  • befuddled

    Forward has become Timberrrrrrr. All the lies are beginning to fall apart.

    But then again, we knew all of this before. You don’t have to seek out Valerie Jarret for permission to kill America’s number 1 enemy.I don’t remember anyone casting a vote for Jarrett. Obama and Jarrett were forced to watch, and when it become political convenient, Obama did his victory dance around the country.Since he had no economic victory, he clung to Bin Laden’s death like a life raft.

  • Ace

    Sasja, I was wondering why the corrupt media was silent on this Allred thing. She looks like a jackass now.
    I can imagine Axelrod pulling his hair out now…”I’ve been looking for dirt on Romney for two years now—nothing! The guys a f*ckin boy scout!”.

    And now “Obama” is facing increased pressure to explain how and why that CIA safehouse got annihilated.

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++

    lol,

    i’ve often stated he died in Dec 05 from a respiratory
    ailment, and was buried somewhere near Kandahar..

    but what do i know..

    ==

  • Redlite

    I knew it all along.

    It is a mortal sin for one Muslim to kill another muslim!

    So Barry had to pass the authority to another. I read that the president was notified of the OP only when the helicopters were “wheels up”. So that is why Barry was still in his golf clothes in the Sit Room photo.

    I can’t wait for all of the CYA books to come out after this Administration is toast.

  • jb

    Sasja –

    Yeppers. The actual photos of the dead man were doctored several times, and orders were given to feed the body to the sharks. Gee, wonder why?

    Sammy bin Laden died in Tora Bora on 2001, due to either the massive bombing, or the utter lack of dialysis. Add to it, he never took credit for 9-11 – but merely stated why it happened. The politicos needed him alive to accomplish their ends, the MSM bought the scenario, and watching supposed conservatives run with the MSM narrative they scream bloody murder about on virtually every other topic, all these years, has been hilarious to watch.

    But the narrative must be followed and believed, as always. Fortunes in every direction are made that way. Not rocket science . . . yet it is fun to watch people belie their own values for the lies.

    FYI – I would not pledge the first iota of allegiance to either the Dems or the GOP. There is not an iota’s difference between them save for the name of the next person who is installed to tell the rest of us what to do and how to live.

    Yeah . . . just what our Founders intended, ya think?

  • Granny

    #15 October 25, 2012 at 4:36 pm
    bg commented:

    ++

    lol,

    i’ve often stated he died in Dec 05 from a respiratory
    ailment, and was buried somewhere near Kandahar..

    but what do i know..
    _________

    One thing I do know, because I have done DNA testing. NOBODY ran DNA on whoever was killed in Pakistan the night that “Obama got bin laden” in the back of a helicopter on the way to an aircraft carrier to deep six the body. And nobody flew the samples anywhere to have it done first either – there wasn’t time enough.

    That just doesn’t wash. . . . CSI seems to have gone to their heads.

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  • James

    That photo that obama put out of him in the war room with the others was probably a staged photo op.

  • donh

    LEON PANETTA OBSERVED 9/11/12 BY LEAKING THREATS TO THE MEDIA TO PUNISH AN EX SEAL TEAM 6 MEMBER FROM EXERCISING HIS RIGHTS OF FREE SPEECH TO AUTHOR A BOOK.

    WHILE ISLAMIC TERRORIST ATTACKED OUR EMBASSY IN BEGHAZZI….. LEON PANETTA WAS SCHEMING HOW TO PROTECT OBAMA FROM THE TRUTH COMING OUT ABOUT THE BIN LADEN RAID.

  • DMG

    And he knows that exactly how? He hasn’t been active military for almost two decades.

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++

    Thank You Lt. General Tom McInerney (ret)

    It Has Always Been The Soldier

    It is the soldier,
    not the President who gives US Democracy.

    It is the soldier,
    not the Congress who takes Care of US.

    It is the soldier,
    not the Reporter who has given us Freedom of Press.

    It is the soldier,
    not the Poet who has given us Freedom of Speech.

    It is the soldier,
    not the campus [community] Organizer who
    has given us the Freedom to Demonstrate.

    It is the soldier,
    who salutes the flag;
    who serves beneath the flag,
    and whose coffin is draped by the flag,
    that allows the protester to burn the flag.

    ~ Father Dennis O’Brien, US Marine Corp. Chaplain

    God Bless America!

    God Bless Soldiers everywhere for putting THEIR
    lives on the line to protect us ALL from terrorism!

    “Lord, hold our troops in your loving hands. Protect them as
    they protect us. Bless them and their families for the selfless
    acts they perform for us in our time of need. Please place a
    hedge of protection around each and everyone. I ask this in
    the name of Jesus, our Lord and Savior. Amen.”

    Thank You..

    ==

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  • http://none tommy mc donnell

    lets not make a hero out of panetta he’s the one responsible for the rules of engagement that are making sitting ducks out of soldiers in afghanistan. by the way two more of our soldiers were murdered by one of our allies today.

  • Morgan

    #22 donh:

    Lyin’ Panetta watched as our people were murdered and dragged through Bengazi. He presides over the sequestration which will gut our military. He was right in there on DODT.

    He needs to be impeached for watching an act of war on a live feed and then calling it a day, just like his master.

    PS go to Ace of Spades for the interview with father of Tyrone Woods, SEAL who was murdered at Benghazi. Hillary came up to him at Andrews AFB and promised to prosecute the maker of the Muhammed video to avenge his son’s death. What a worthless wh0re.

  • Texas_Treeroach

    Well? There you are.
    We knew it wasn’t the Kenyan — They had to pull HIM out of a McDonalds to tell him what happened.

  • jb

    Tripe . . .

    A phrase at a time . . . and before I go further, I was a U.S. soldier, and am a veteran, and I darn sure know what I was asked to do – none of which follows below!

    It is the soldier,
    not the President who gives US Democracy

    It is neither. The very first point is that WE ARE NOT A DEMOCRACY! We are a constitutional Republic. Our perpetual wars prove we have accepted the ancient Grecian view of “democracy” and have set out to spread it to all the unfortunates of the world, as did they. Hogwash. Our Constitution says PRECISELY the opposite!

    It is the soldier,
    not the Congress who takes Care of US

    Excuse me, good Father, but I do not recall the Constitution giving you the authority to replace the ciitizen, the Second Amendment, and our elected officials, with a soldier. Perhaps you are relating to the time the Jesuits could command troops of a given jurisdiction in Europe to rout out heretics as Rome saw them, but the soldier can only protect our borders ACCORDING TO CONGRESS. Read your Constitution. Get it right.

    It is the soldier,
    not the Reporter who has given us Freedom of Press

    Tell that to the folks in NYC during the Civil War – besides the fact that it was our Founders who “Recognized” we have that freedom – one which could not be “given,” so imagining soldiers could give what only GOd can by natural rights, is kind of silly to imagine.

    It is the soldier,
    not the Poet who has given us Freedom of Speech

    Again, good Father, I know it is your intent to credit those who have fought in the VERY FEW wars that threatened us Constitutionally, but unless you completely failed Theology 101, you must know that NO MAN gives another “rights” – rights, as even our Declaration openly confessed, precede from God, not ANY man.

    It is the soldier,
    not the campus [community] Organizer who
    has given us the Freedom to Demonstrate

    I won’t mention Kent State (that is so “yesterday”) – but – no soldier gave me the right to dissent and demonstrate. GOD GAVE ME THAT RIGHT, and the Constitution recognized that inherent right. No soldier in our country’s history, save for the Revolutionary War, ever fought for my right of dissent! I knew that serving myself!

    It is the soldier,
    who salutes the flag

    THe UCMJ forces a soldier to do so. We are given no option, despite what we know.

    who serves beneath the flag,
    and whose coffin is draped by the flag

    Good Father, my coffin shall be draped by the Pall, not some man-made symbol of what has become eternal war and unconstitutional patriotism. What you wrote would have sent Ignatius Loyola into ecstatic rapture, since it perfectly justifies the Inquisition, which was his life’s accomplishment – but it in no way remotely addresses either the role of the United States Military nor the GOD GIVEN rights of American citizens. As I opened, so I close . . .

    Tripe.

    I know the Constitution and theology better than that! And I served, and I know what the parameters were. Father O’Brien – you do not/did not know. Pure emotionalism.

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  • Sasja

    jb, perhaps the good Padre should have chosen to use the phrase “it is the soldier who defends our God given rights……”

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  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++

    jb #29 October 25, 2012 at 6:29 pm

    that is your opinion, and you are certainly entitled to it, but
    #1) you do not speak for all soldiers, never mind clergy, #2)
    opinions facts do not make..

    but nice try, next i would suggest you make believe your
    were once a president and offer US some criticism on, oh
    wait.. /s/

    ==

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++

    re: #33 October 25, 2012 at 6:58 pm bg

    your = you

    It Has Always Been The Soldier

    It is the soldier,
    not the President who gives US Democracy.

    It is the soldier,
    not the Congress who takes Care of US.

    It is the soldier,
    not the Reporter who has given us Freedom of Press.

    It is the soldier,
    not the Poet who has given us Freedom of Speech.

    It is the soldier,
    not the campus [community] Organizer who
    has given us the Freedom to Demonstrate.

    It is the soldier,
    who salutes the flag;
    who serves beneath the flag,
    and whose coffin is draped by the flag,
    that allows the protester to burn the flag.

    ~ Father Dennis O’Brien, US Marine Corp. Chaplain

    God Bless America!

    God Bless Soldiers everywhere for putting THEIR
    lives on the line to protect us ALL from terrorism!

    “Lord, hold our troops in your loving hands. Protect them as
    they protect us. Bless them and their families for the selfless
    acts they perform for us in our time of need. Please place a
    hedge of protection around each and everyone. I ask this in
    the name of Jesus, our Lord and Savior. Amen.”

    Thank You..

    ==

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg
  • jb

    Sasja –

    Well, now, I could agree with that, since that is how I took my oath to serve as well.

    But as O’Brien’s piece was written, I have read it many times before, it misses the crucial essentials in favor of emotionalism, and that has been a major problem for all of us as Americans for some time.

    We have an absolutely unique nation in history, if we will but pay attention to our Constitution and follow it. We get ourselves into trouble politically, legally, and with regard to wars precisely when we ignore our founding charters and the men who crafted them.

    No, they were not perfect, I understand that, but they handed to us, as Franklin put it, a “constitutional republic – if we could keep it.” First in history, and still the ONLY in history. I don’t diss my country – it is my home! – but the parade of idiots we have elected the last 50-100 years have made a mockery of my country and what it stands for. I do not diss the troops, either, but as I learned, so do they – that oath means what it means, and young kids, as did I in my day, took it seriously. But few of us had leaders that looked past politics and elections, and the troops always get caught in the middle and do most of the dying for politicians.

    And all of that is most often passed over cavalierly. It is false, and should not be.

    America is better than that.

  • Sasja

    bg, jb is correct in that the soldier does not “give” us our rights. I know the good Padre wanted to write a poem honouring all those who sacrifice much; some make the ultimate sacrifice so we can live free as God intends. Perhaps he was a bit harsh (in your mind) in his criticism but he does have a point.

  • jb

    bg –

    Uh . . . perhaps you missed it . . .

    I am a veteran, so I WAS there (’72-76) :-)

    And I am “clergy” so I very much do know precisely what I am talking about, and if you disagree with the Constitution, then, whose problem is that?

    And I did not offer an “opinion.” Dispute the facts I put forth, do not dismiss what I said as merely “opinion.” That’s what Obama does. I don’t play his game.

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++

    jb #29 October 25, 2012 at 6:29 pm

    nope didn’t miss, i know numerous vets, none are you..

    ==

  • jb

    Seems you intend to make Obama ad hominem your forte.

    I leave you to yourself

  • jb

    bg

    As an aside, besides my service, which was overseas during Vietnam, but in another theatre of war the history books never mention . . .

    My grandfather served in the trenches in France in WWI. My father served on a carrier in the Pacific in WWII during the last 18 months of hellishness; both of my uncle Jim’s (one was pilot and the other navigator), were POW’s in the hellhole called Korea, and my step-brother did Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia at the same time I was in the Middle East.

    So my pedigree is spotless, and I damn betcha I know far many more veterans that do you.

    Just saying . . .

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ‘++

    jb #29 October 25, 2012 at 6:29 pm

    March 10, 1983

    Breaking The War Mentality

    [“In fact, Hitler did strengthen the German establishment, but not
    exactly in the way the bankers and businessmen had wanted; and
    now, fifty years later, it is clear who was using whom. [.] someone
    who leaves the established order in place.”]

    ~ Barry Dunham Soetoro Barack Hussein Obama

    DON’T “DECIMATE GREATEST
    FIGHTING FORCE IN WORLD”

    ==

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++

    jb #41 October 25, 2012 at 7:26 pm

    you’re preaching to the choir..

    ==

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++

    Is It Right to Fight?

    [One other point, if everyone was a pacifist except the evil and
    lawbreakers of the world, then the world would be run by evil
    dictators or our society would be anarchy.

    Pacifism in its fullest sense is untenable
    in the sinful world in which we live.

    [snip]

    The subject “Is it right to fight?” is a difficult issue because it makes us face the awful issues of a suppressive dictatorship, evil aggression, killing and death on the one hand and the “necessary evil” of war to stop it. Could this be the reason that General Robert E. Lee at the Battle of Fredericksburg said, “It is well that war is so terrible—we should grow too fond of it.” The just war position, in the writer’s opinion, fits best with the Scriptural evidence.

    Remember, it is possible to love your enemies and use force against him. The principle that love is embraced in laws of justice helps us see that loving one’s enemy is to make sure that justice prevails. In doing so, the Christian is also demonstrating “love for the ones his enemy has hurt.”]

    “On Moral Equivalency and Cold War History”
    Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 10 (1996)

    [Where does that leave us, though, with the new evidence we have about the victims of Stalin and Mao Zedong? One recent but reliable estimate suggests that Stalin’s domestic victims alone – when one totals not only the figures for the purges but also for the collectivization of agriculture and the famine that resulted from it – numbered about twenty million dead. This does not count the additional acknowledged twenty-seven million Soviet citizens who died as a result of World War II. But this is not the worst of it. Estimates of those who died in one single episode – the Chinese famine produced by Mao’s ill-conceived Great Leap Forward from 1958 to 1961 – now come to some thirty million, thereby qualifying the Chairman (whose image was once a popular adornment for t-shirts and dormitory wall posters in the West) as perhaps the greatest mass murderer of all time.

    [snip]

    Why didn’t the United States exploit its advantage to keep the Soviet Union from developing its own bomb? Or to avoid near-defeat in Korea? These are complicated questions, but one of the answers that comes up, when one looks at what American officials said to each other, is the conviction that a democracy could only use such a weapon as a last resort, and in self-defense.

    But that in turn raises another interesting question of comparative morality: would an authoritarian system – one based on an ideology that explicitly justified any means necessary to achieve its ends, one that employed terror as a method of government, and one as casual about the loss of human life as were Stalin’s and Mao’s – have shown similar restraint had it got the bomb first?

    [snip]

    We need to be careful about the methodological metaphors we keep in our minds. Too much of Cold War history was written as if its major contenders were indeed featureless billiard balls, whose internal composition and character didn’t much matter. In retrospect, apples and oranges might have been the better metaphor: at least it would have allowed for irregularity, asymmetry, and the possibility of internal rot.]

    same holds true today more than ever..

    Death by Government

    [How can we understand all this killing by communists? It is the marriage of an absolutist ideology with the absolute power. Communists believed that they knew the truth, absolutely. They believed that they knew through Marxism what would bring about the greatest human welfare and happiness. And they believed that power, the dictatorship of the proletariat, must be used to tear down the old feudal or capitalist order and rebuild society and culture to realize this utopia. Nothing must stand in the way of its achievement. Government–the Communist Party–was thus above any law. All institutions, cultural norms, traditions, and sentiments were expendable. And the people were as though lumber and bricks, to be used in building the new world.

    Constructing this utopia was seen as though a war on poverty, exploitation, imperialism, and inequality. And for the greater good, as in a real war, people are killed. And thus this war for the communist utopia had its necessary enemy casualties, the clergy, bourgeoisie, capitalists, wreckers, counterrevolutionaries, rightists, tyrants, rich, landlords, and noncombatants that unfortunately got caught in the battle. In a war millions may die, but the cause may be well justified, as in the defeat of Hitler and an utterly racist Nazism. And to many communists, the cause of a communist utopia was such as to justify all the deaths. The irony of this is that communism in practice, even after decades of total control, did not improve the lot of the average person, but usually made their living conditions worse than before the revolution. It is not by chance that the greatest famines have occurred within the Soviet Union (about 5,000,000 dead during 1921-23 and 7,000,000 from 1932-3) and communist China (about 27,000,000 dead from 1959-61). In total almost 55,000,000 people died in various communist famines and associated diseases, a little over 10,000,000 of them from democidal famine. This is as though the total population of Turkey, Iran, or Thailand had been completely wiped out. And that something like 35,000,000 people fled communist countries as refugees, as though the countries of Argentina or Columbia had been totally emptied of all their people, was an unparalleled vote against the utopian pretensions of Marxism-Leninism.

    But communists could not be wrong. After all, their knowledge was scientific, based on historical materialism, an understanding of the dialectical process in nature and human society, and a materialist (and thus realistic) view of nature. Marx has shown empirically where society has been and why, and he and his interpreters proved that it was destined for a communist end. No one could prevent this, but only stand in the way and delay it at the cost of more human misery. Those who disagreed with this world view and even with some of the proper interpretations of Marx and Lenin were, without a scintilla of doubt, wrong. After all, did not Marx or Lenin or Stalin or Mao say that. . . . In other words, communism was like a fanatical religion. It had its revealed text and chief interpreters. It had its priests and their ritualistic prose with all the answers. It had a heaven, and the proper behavior to reach it. It had its appeal to faith. And it had its crusade against nonbelievers.

    What made this secular religion so utterly lethal was its seizure of all the state’s instrument of force and coercion and their immediate use to destroy or control all independent sources of power, such as the church, the professions, private businesses, schools, and, of course, the family.]

    Mass Murder

    what the fascist left have been aiming for is to “equate” good with evil.. that’s the only way they can appease their conscience in the face of the harsh reality they are trying to escape from because it does not fit in with their ideological utopian matrix.. if there is no good vs evil, then all is good even if [the] all is evil.. – bg

    they, as we all are, in Gods hands, he alone will judge..

    ==

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++

    re: #42 – page 2 October 25, 2012 at 7:28 pm bg

    [.] We try to talk to that frustration.” Consequently. the thrust of ARA is towards generating dialogue which will give people a rational handle on this controversial subject. This includes bringing speakers like Daniel ElIsberg to campus, publishing fact sheets compiled by interested faculty, and investigating the possible development of an interdisciplinary program in the Columbia curriculum dealing with peace, disarmament, and ‘world order. Tied in with such a thrust is the absence of what Don calls “a party line.” [.]

    [.] Also, the New York City Council may pass a resolution in April calling for greater social as opposed to military spending. Things like this may dispel the idea that disarmament is a white issue, because how the government spends its revenue affects everyone.” [.]

    In 1933 the German establishment thought it could use Hitler to restore a modicum of order to the confused and confusing Weimar Republic. In fact, Hitler did strengthen the German establishment, but not exactly in the way the bankers and businessmen had wanted; and now, fifty years later, it is clear who was using whom. Nevertheless, the Western World did not complain in 1933 because Hitler, though a fascist and a totalitarian, was seen, like countless American puppet dictators today, as someone who leaves the established order in place. [.]

    Young Obama Wrote Article Blaming
    America For ‘Growing Threat of War’

    [If Obama still has this sensibility, he could be poised to take American
    foreign policy sharply to the left, notwithstanding the centrist foreign
    policy team he has assembled. Moreover, since Obama didn’t recognize
    the Soviet menace during the Cold War and blamed the possibility of
    war entirely on the United States, there’s good reason to think that
    today he could lack the moral clarity needed to fight radical Islam.]

    a bit more of much more here.. and link re: civilian forces..

    ==

  • DomesticGoddess

    Poor basset hound will never get the credit, no matter what anybody says.

  • Patty

    Honestly, what the H!!

  • Leatherhelmet

    This matches the story that first came out that O couldn’t make up his mind and left Panetta out to dry if the mission failed. Hilary told Panetta she would back him up.

  • just-saying

    Where is Panetta over the Benghazzi fiasco?
    .

  • Patty

    Donatello Restaurant Fine Italian and Mediterranean Dining in Toronto.

    Supplying America’s Islamist enemies abroad with weapons
    Obama’s Feet of Clay


    A lot of Americans who supported Barack Obama in 2008 regret having supported him, sufficiently so that they will not be voting for him this time around – and they’ve said as much. Should Obama be voted out of office on November 6, it is quite probable that so much dirt pertaining to him will subsequently emerge that millions more supporters will be so ashamed they won’t wish to admit ever having supported him.

    Obama’s curriculum vitae didn’t merit his being elected to the office of President of the United States. His past, associations, and attendant political baggage should have precluded it. We can add to that the draconian and unconstitutional policies, executive orders, and other actions he has taken during his presidency. Then, there are the criminal acts, such as the Fast and Furious gun running fiasco. Of course, since no formal charges have been made relative to F&F (and may never be) this assertion remains wild supposition by Obama supporters.

    Now, it appears as though this president may have been supplying America’s Islamist enemies abroad with weapons under the guise of aiding Libyan and Syrian rebels. Charges have been made that the administration’s apparent failure to provide appropriate security for its foreign service personnel in Benghazi, Libya, or to act to save them during the September 11, 2012 attack had their genesis in Obama’s desire to cover up this out-of-control operation.[……………………….]

    Regarding Obama, we have all the facts we need. Those who continue to support him appear increasingly deluded, stupid, and/or evil. Even a cursory appraisal of Obama’s deportment compared to that which he exhibited in 2008 has engendered everything from curiosity to deep concern among observers. Obama looks like a loser, a runner up, someone who’s been found out or who can’t keep it together. What’s worse is that Obama knows it, and this will continue to make him dangerous for the duration of his tenure – particularly between now and the upcoming election.

    http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/50566

  • rasqual

    This has been known for a long time. I’ve wondered why it hasn’t come up in recent weeks as Obama continued to claim credit for the bold decision (or whatever he calls it).

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg
  • jb

    Patty –

    And precisely what of those items you list has Romney protested against?

    Not even one! He even refused, in the debate to make the debacle in Libya an issue – I suppose Romney’s handlers (who handle us, mind you), told him not to do so. How could he, since he is on record as supporting yet another Israeli war versus the indefensible Gazans, and totally mistranslating words from Iran’s leaders, as Hoft makes a constant practice of doing in line with Binny Boy, is ready to send our sons and daughters to war with a nation that has launched an attack in centuries.

    Matters little to Romney, whose handlers tell him what to think, And how is that exactly different from the posturing of the Bammster or Bush?

    Not one whit’s difference.

    Hoft’s site is proof there is a conservative version of Crazy Charlie’s joint at LGF.

    And both are in the same tank, truth be told.

    When Mitt Romney is the projected “savior” of America, you can be assured we are totally f’d up.

    BTW – bg – no, you are wrong, I was not preaching to the choir in your case with my words, because you are not in the choir. You and I are nowhere near on the same page, and your pretending we are is just that . . .

    A pretense.

  • Estragon

    Panetta deserves the (limited) credit he is due. After plans to take bin Laden had been turned down three times, once he got the go-ahead he kept his own counsel. He did not advise Obama the raid was taking place until the team was past the point of no return, allowing Obama to play golf until the attack was imminent and he was summoned back to the White House to watch. That way there was no opportunity to rescind the order.

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

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    jb #53 October 26, 2012 at 1:54 am

    re: [blah, yada, blech]

    you say something??

    didn’t think so..

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