All week the Obama administration and campaign have been making a big deal about the anniversary of the killing of Osama Bin Laden. If it had happened while Bush was president the left would be screaming about illegal assassinations, but since it’s O they’re cool with it. Anyway, President Obama’s top terrorism adviser said this morning that they aren’t politicizing it. Seriously.
Barack Obama’s top adviser on terrorism brushed aside criticism by the president’s political opponents that he has exploited this week’s one-year anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s killing for political gain.
“I don’t do politics. I don’t do the campaign. I am not a Democrat or Republican,” said chief White House counterterrorism adviser, John Brennan.
“All that I know is that the president made the decision when he was given the opportunity to take a gutsy decision, to carry out that raid with our special forces in Abbottabad, Pakistan,” Brennan told ABC television’s “This Week” program.
“The president made that decision. I think the American people are, you know, clearly very appreciative and supportive of that decision. We’re safer today as a result,” he said. (Read More)
This is the same guy who appeared on three network shows this Sunday morning. And we’re supposed to think they aren’t politicizing it? Just like we aren’t supposed to believe Obama’s been conducting a permanent campaign. They really do think we’re stupid.
Via Free Republic