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Unaired 'SNL' Sketch Criticized Obama's Bin Laden Ad

This weekend's episode of "Saturday Night Live" opened with a scathing parody of "Fox & Friends," the right-leaning morning show that airs on the Fox...

Time Magazine Edits Out Clinton Saying 'For Him' in Obama's Bin Laden Ad

It's become a huge source of contention that in the Obama campaign ad featuring the current White House resident shamelessly congratulating himself for killing Osama bin Laden, former President Clinton says that if SEALs had been captured...Show More Summary

On Wednesday’s Radio Show…

• Republican presidential campaign advisor Mark McKinnon tells Alan why GOP attacks on Obama’s bin Laden ad could backfire on Mitt Romney. • Former military interrogator Matthew Alexander, author of How to Break a Terrorist, disputes...Show More Summary

Megyn Kelly Brings On Former Bush Staffers To Take On Obama’s bin Laden Ad

2 years agoNews : Mediaite

On Wednesday's edition of America Live, host Megyn Kelly addressed the debate surrounding President Barack Obama touting his role in the capture and killing of Obama bin Laden as he campaigns for re-election. Kelly noted that, back in 2004, then-President George W. Bush had used imagery from of the Twin Towers wreckage in a campaign ad, prompting an "instant media outcry."

7 Sites You Should Be Wasting Time On Right Now

If being outraged about Obama's Bin Laden ad and trimming your beard into ridiculous shapes isn't enough to keep you occupied this Wednesday afternoon, might...

Jon Stewart Rips GOP Hypocrisy Over Obama’s Bin Laden Ad

2 years agoNews : Truthdig

“The Daily Show” host took aim at some of his favorite targets Tuesday night as he ripped Republicans and conservative pundits for their hypocritical response to an ad aired by the Obama campaign that highlights the president’s success in bringing down Osama bin Laden one year ago.

GOP Attacks on Obama's Bin Laden Ad Only Help Him

Mark McKinnon: "Just as it would have been absurd for the Bush campaign not to mention 9/11 in our 2004 reelection launch. In fact, all we did in our ads was say we faced some unexpected challenges and showed some images of 9/11. And we were crucified by the Democrats... Show More Summary

Stewart Blasts GOP Outrage Over bin Laden Ad

Jon Stewart's explanation for Republicans' attacks on President Obama's Osama bin Laden ad: They must be on crack. "Republicans, you are annoyed by the arrogance and braggadocio of a wartime president’s political ad?" he asked, according to Mediaite. "Were you alive lo these past ten years? It seems unseemly for...

Jon Stewart Goes Off On GOP Hypocrisy For Criticizing Obama’s Bin Laden Ad

2 years agoNews : Mediaite

To no one's surprise, on Tuesday night Jon Stewart took on the chatter surrounding the anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death. He shot down the outrage over President Obama's Osama bin Laden ad, saying Republicans would have done the same thing — and they're just mad because they didn't get the chance.

Jon Soltz: Obama Right, GOP Horribly Wrong on bin Laden Ad

I'm confused at the attack on President Obama, because the rank hypocrisy being demonstrated by Republicans is so blatantly obvious, that it's hard to believe they want to highlight it.

Jon Soltz: Obama Right, GOP Horribly Wrong on bin Laden Ad

I'm confused at the attack on President Obama, because the rank hypocrisy being demonstrated by Republicans is so blatantly obvious, that it's hard to believe they want to highlight it.

Jon Soltz: Obama Right, GOP Horribly Wrong on bin Laden Ad

I'm confused at the attack on President Obama, because the rank hypocrisy being demonstrated by Republicans is so blatantly obvious, that it's hard to believe they want to highlight it.

Jon Soltz: Obama Right, GOP Horribly Wrong on Bin Laden Ad

After serving two tours in Iraq, a neo-con engineered war having nothing to do with the 9/11 attacks, the latest political attack by Mitt Romney...

Obama's Bin Laden ad a low blow

The presidential campaigns are abuzz over a new campaign strategy by President Obama, who is playing up his decisiveness in the military operation that killed Osama bin Laden -- and suggesting that his Republican opponent Mitt Romney wouldn't have done the same. Show More Summary

More on the Mitt Laden Smackdown

This paragraph from Jon Meacham's piece on the fight over the bin Laden ad captures quite a lot......

Piers Morgan Battles With Jonah Goldberg Over Obama’s Campaigning On Bin Laden Success

2 years agoNews : Mediaite

Piers Morgan had a fiery meeting with Jonah Goldberg, of the National Review Online, on Monday night. The two vehemently disagreed on the controversy over President Obama's Osama bin Laden ad — and how Obama is campaigning on the issue. Goldberg insisted he's not criticizing the president's handling of the raid, but rather his attack on Mitt Romney.

Arianna Huffington calls Obama's bin Laden ad "despicable."

She said: "I don't think there should be an ad about that... It's the same thing Hillary Clinton did with the 3 a.m. call. 'You're not ready to be commander-in-chief.' It's also what makes politicians and political leaders act irrationally...Show More Summary

Arianna Huffington Shocker: Obama's Bin Laden Ad 'One of the Most Despicable Things You Can Do'

It seems a metaphysical certitude that when Charlie Rose asked the perilously liberal publisher Arianna Huffington about Barack Obama's new campaign ad featuring former President Bill Clinton praising the current White House resident's...Show More Summary

The Bin Laden Ad and Romney’s 2007 “Comprehensive Strategy” to Combat Jihadism

Peter Feaver comments on the Obama campaign’s Bin Laden ad: The critique of Romney was fundamentally dishonest in the way that campaign ads often are. The ad cherry-picked Romney quotes and deployed them out of context. This is absolutely true. Romney’s position at the time was that he favored launching attacks or raids into Pakistan [...]

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