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Arianna Huffington Defends Mitt Romney’s Attacks On Obama Campaign’s Bin Laden Ad

In 2007, Mitt Romney injected himself into the Democratic primary campaign and criticized Barack Obama for vowing to go after “high-value intelligence targets” in Pakistan with or without permission. Romney said “I do not concur in the words of Barack Obama in a plan to enter an ally of ours.” Here was the August 4, [...]
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In New Campaign Ad, Obama Plays The 'I Killed Bin Laden' Card

Politics : Business Insider: Politix (3 years ago)

The Obama campaign released a pretty explosive new campaign ad this morning. It contrasts his decision on the Osama bin Laden raid a year ago with some of the skepticism Mitt Romney routinely displayed on the value of seeking out bi... Read Post

Mitt Romney tries to Etch-A-Sketch away his opposition to bin Laden strategy

US Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos (3 years ago)

Nearly five years ago, then-Senator Barack Obama said that if he were president and had actionable intelligence that high-value al Qaeda targets like Osama bin Laden were within Pakistan, he would take action with or without the coo... Read Post

Obama Defends Attack On Romney: ‘I Assumed’ He Meant It When He Said He Wouldn’t Get Bin Laden

US Politics / Liberal : Think Progress (3 years ago)

Mitt Romney and his allies have been attacking President Obama for his campaign’s recent video ad highlighting his decision to order the raid that killed Osama bin Laden and Romney’s statement in 2007 that he would not have taken si... Read Post


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