It’s an Obama world.
The Hollywood film which tells the story of the mission to kill Osama bin Laden was encouraged by the Obama White House. The White House even allowed the filmmakers access to CIA personnel and information to make the film.

Zero Dark Thirty opens this weekend.

Yet at the same time…
Today the Obama Administration told a court they is not ready to release images taken after the al Qaeda leader’s death because they might lead to violence.
Reuters reported:

Twenty months after U.S. special forces killed Osama bin Laden, the United States told a court on Thursday it is not ready to release images taken after the al Qaeda leader’s death because they still might lead to violence.

A federal appeals court heard arguments in a lawsuit over whether the government must release the images under the Freedom of Information Act, a 1966 law that guarantees public access to some government records.

President Barack Obama’s administration points to an exception in the law that covers documents classified in the interest of national defense.

“They’ll be used to inflame tensions. They’ll be used to inspire retaliatory attacks,” Justice Department lawyer Robert Loeb told the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

Riots or other forms of violence could threaten American soldiers as well as civilians in Afghanistan, Loeb said.

But the movie won’t inflame tensions?
The double standard is comical.
It’s an Obama world.

 

 

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  1. Wait, Huawei isn’t it China Spying Telecommunication Company?

  2. Does anyone believe that Bin Laden is dead? I just have a very hard time buying anything this pitiful Administration says.

  3. Just got back from seeing the Zero Dark Thirty. It’s a great film, no matter which side of the political spectrum you’re on. The movie does feature rudimentary water boarding and torture, and at first you feel like the film makers want you to feel sorry, but as the movie progresses it becomes clear that Obama didn’t just stop torture, he made intelligence gathering impossible for the CIA and pussy footed around green lighting the mission to get UBL. It’s not a movie the administration wants low information voters seeing, no matter how much they ‘helped’.

  4. Every time this bunch of flakes in the White House have something to hide, they deny access, just like WTF not allowing the Secret Service access to his Blackberry.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28780205/ns/technology_and_science-tech_and_gadgets/t/obama-gets-keep-his-blackberry/#.UPDrlGe3qb4

  5. Typical Obama.

  6. Bite down hard and expect nothing less. It is going to be a bumpy ride in the next four years.

    And he has got to finished his job he set out to do. Just think he hasn’t even been inaugurated yet.

    Life goes on.

  7. #10
    bg

    :lol:

  8. And yet President WTF and crew have no problem with law abiding Americans being outed by a liberal rag looking to do the same thing.
    Their words.
    “They’ll be used to inflame tensions. They’ll be used to inspire retaliatory attacks,”

  9. ++

    Operation Neptune Spear..

    wonder if that has anything to do with
    him going in the drink so to speak?? 8O

    [i still believe he died from a respiratory ailment and was
    buried somewhere near Kandahar back in December 05]

    ==

  10. @Bg
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4hO_-TuTlo
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jrm4h-ND4M
    Pet Goat II Triton or Trident connected Shiva Obama. CERN Internet changes reality.

  11. Today the Obama Administration told a court they is not ready to release images taken after the al Qaeda leader’s death because they might lead to violence.

    Even as the flames dance all around him in his current location, bin Laden is likely laughing at the pussified fecklessness of of the U.S. federal government.

  12. How about the doctor ? We The People are not liked by this administration, appeaser in charge.

  13. They had no problem DEMANDING and then getting and publishing all the inflammatory photos of Abu Ghraib that actually did put American military in danger. Double standard doesn’t begin to describe the Orwellian way the media has degenerated over the years.

  14. Saw the film last night. It is certainly not a pro-Obama movie. If he thought giving the filmmakers access would make them his political stooges, he was wrong. It’s a good film.

  15. But the movie won’t inflame tensions?

    What? Would you have them start dictating what movies can and can’t be made?



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