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Romney Disagreed on Osama bin Laden

First Read points out the minute Mitt Romney said "Jimmy Carter" when trying to make the point that he too would have issued orders to go after Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, "the Obama campaign may have gotten what they wanted: an opening to bring up what Romney said four years ago." What Romney said: "It's not worth moving heaven and earth spending billions of dollars just trying to catch one person.
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Politics / US Politics : Taegan Goddard's Political Wire

"Of course, even Jimmy Carter would have given that order."-- Mitt Romney, quoted by Politico, on whether he would have given the order to go after Osama bin Laden in Pakistan.

Greg Sargent: Mitt Romney undermines his own argument about Bin Laden

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Today Mitt Romney was asked whether he would have given the order to launch the operation that killed Osama Bin Laden, as Obama did. “Of course,” Romney said. “Even Jimmy Carter would have given that order.” Read full article >>

Romney on bin Laden killing: 'Even Jimmy Carter would have given that order'

Politics / US Politics : First Read

Asked on a rope line if he would have "gone after" Osama bin Laden, if he would have "given the order," Romney responded, "Of course, of course. Even Jimmy Carter would have given that order." The Obama campaign has questioned wheth...

Ouch!… Romney Says “Even Jimmy Carter” Would Have Given Order to Kill Bin Laden

US Politics / Conservative : Gateway Pundit

Mitt Romney came back hard on Democrats and Barack Obama today. The Republican frontrunner told an audience, “Even Jimmy Carter would have given that order” to kill Osama Bin Laden. Ouch. The Politico reported: Mitt Romney, asked if...

Romney: 'Even Jimmy Carter' Would Have Given the Order to Kill Bin Laden

Politics / US Politics : Little Green Footballs

Mitt Romney is on record saying that he would not enter Pakistan without permission "to kill one man," meaning Osama bin Laden. Obviously, Romney's reflexive opposition to everything Barack Obama says has backfired on him with this ...

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