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Tuesday, May 03, 2011


George Mason

The most important part of Obama's speech was reminding the American people that the war on terror continues (and with very Bush like candor) that it will continue for a long time. Obama is learning, or as the liberals like to say "he is growing." We should applaud him for that.

Stan Gibilisco

Although I doubt that this achievement will cause me to vote for Barack Obama in 2012, I'm at the top when it comes to giving him credit.

The way the military disposed of the body, too, was a class act. Perfectly done.


Well said. Thanks!

Ken Blanchard

You're welcome!

Stan: I am not so sure that the handling of the body and of the photos is all that well done. If a Faux bin Laden surfaces out there, we may wish that a lot more people had seen that body. I suspect that the photos will eventually be released anyway.


What to Do, What to Do . . .

"Now that Obama has decided not to release the photos of Osama bin Laden’s body, al-Qaeda has another option besides simply heroizing the “martyred” OBL: insist that he never died, that it’s just another infidel conspiracy theory to demoralize the umma, etc. Perhaps they could circulate a previously taped video of him. If they choose that option, the administration would do well to realize that conspiracy theories are not the sole domain of the Middle East, and may very well spread — a lesson Obama should have learned from his birth-certificate fiasco."

"You have to show a picture. That was the whole point of the operation: proof of death... What makes photos of the man behind the deaths of thousands of Americans off limits?"

"When you get into the end zone, act like you've been there before." - Tom Landry


That's not the only thing Obama should be getting credit for.

The economy under Obama’s watch has created 2 million new jobs in just two years — already more than the GOP created in eight years under President Bush.

The last time the GOP controlled the White House, the American economy was marked by the weakest job and income growth in six decades, losing ground on “every major measurement” of economic strength. The Wall Street Journal reported that the Bush White House had “the worst track record for job creation since the government began keeping records.”


lol not sure what the generic bueird at sea would be for bin Laden, but sufadfice it to say, the navy has “proadceaddures” er traaddiadtions for everything.United States Navy, (2oo+) years of traaddiadtion, unhamadpered by progress!On a related note, one of the ships I served on, U.S.S. Briscoe DD-​​977, was the ship JFK, Jr. and his wife and sister-​​in-​​law were bueird at seaa0on.Good ship, good crew ~ F*ck you, turna0to …

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