Using the SEALS to Get Reelected

Obama uses our special forces as a political football revealing sensitive information to boost his image.

Good Job Obama.

[T]he Obama administration’s lack of discretion was on display again at last week’s State of the Union address. As President Obama entered the House chamber, in full view of the cameras, he pointed to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and exclaimed: “Good job tonight, good job tonight.” Clearly something had happened that he wanted the world to know about.

After delivering his speech, which included multiple references to the bin Laden raid, the president again thanked Mr. Panetta. “That was a good thing tonight,” he said as if to ensure that the viewing public, if they missed it initially, would get it a second time around.

The next morning, Joe Biden and Leon Panetta made it known what Obama was talking about and “an anonymous US official” provided the details. All under the direction, of course of Obama. He’s such an asshole.

Remember when Obama said this: “We don’t need to spike the football,” President Barack Obama explained as his rationale for not releasing photos of the deceased Osama bin Laden.

Following that statement Obama went to NYC to spike that football, followed by a trip to Fort Campbell to spike the football again speak at the troops, then a 60 Minutes interview to discuss the Bin Laden killing He has basically mentioned it at every campaign event since. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970204740904577193024150056072.html?mod=WSJ_Opinion_LEADTop

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4 Comments on “Using the SEALS to Get Reelected”

  1. Jay in Ames Says:

    Interesting choice on your first link, Car in!

  2. agiledog Says:

    I thought that too, Jay.

    And considering she used that avatard of a “big white cock” for a while, methinks she is trying to tell us something.

  3. Car in Says:

    WTH?? Were did that come from . Crap. *goes back to fix*

  4. Car in Says:

    I couldn’t get the link to load.

    wonders what it was.


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