Citing a 2009 Senate report as evidence, two Democrats sought to debunk Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney’s claim that “any president” would have given the order against terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden. As the first anniversary of bin Laden’s death approaches Wednesday, Robert Weiner, a former Clinton White House spokesman, and Weiner associate Richard Mann say they prove wrong the statements by Romney and other critics of Obama that “any president” would have given the order that launched the raid that killed Osama bin Laden last year.
Mitt Romney thinks we shouldn't be proud for having caught Osama. (WTC via Shutterstock.) If Mitt Romney were president, Osama bin Laden would still be alive today. Mitt Romney said in 2007 that he wouldn't have ordered the raid on ... Read Post
For quite a while, it looked as if the Republican Party had just about given up on taking Osama bin Laden seriously. During his presidential campaign, Mitt Romney took a surprisingly passive attitude towards the terrorist responsibl... Read Post