Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Obama “I’ll Sleep On It”

Kept Navy Seals Hanging While Deciding To Take Bin Laden Out.

Barack Obama kept military commanders hanging by declaring he would 'sleep on it' before taking 16 hours to give the go-ahead to raid Bin Laden's compound.

Hit squads of specialist Navy Seals - who were not even told who they were preparing to capture - had practised the mission at two reconstructions of the terror chiefs sprawling compound.

The mission looked set to be given the all clear last Thursday when analysts confirmed beyond doubt that Bin Laden was in busy town of Abbottabad in northern Pakistan.

But the president stunned officials when he told a national security meeting that he wanted more time to think - and disappeared out of the room.

'I'm not going to tell you what my decision is now - I'm going to go back and think about it some more,' said Obama, according to the New York Times. He then added 'I'm going to make a decision soon.'

The head of the CIA and other senior intelligence officers who were keen to proceed were left tense as they waited for the president's decision.

But the next morning after 16 hours, Obama summoned four top aides to the White House Diplomatic Room. Before they could speak, the president put his fist on the table and declared 'It's a go'.

With those three words, the greatest military operation in recent history began. Had it not been for heavy cloud cover on Saturday, troops would have been deployed then.

But they waited another day, and reached Pakistan just before midnight on Sunday evening. Obama refused to tell Pakistan about the mission in case it was leaked by jihadist sympathisers within the administration and Bin Laden took flight.

Read the rest HERE.


In A Conflicting Story ….

Leon Panetta Says Navy Seals, Not Obama Made Decision To Kill

Panetta also said there was a “20 – 25 minute gap” in the video, and that Bin Laden’s death was not recorded.

Really?  Explain this then, from a White House released photo of the Situation Room during the Navy Seal operation:

Hillary saw something terribly frightening in the Situation Room that night, and you can bet it wasn’t pictures of Bill with Monica Lewinsky.

Anyone who believes there’s “no video” of Bin Laden’s righteous execution by our brave Navy Seals is a fool.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Osama Bin Laden Is Still Dead.

bin laden dead

He sure did get shot through the left eye!  Amazing how this stuff leaks out of the Obama White House, these moron’s can’t keep a secret to save their lives.

And the fact that this photo leaked out no doubt means a fatwa on Osama’s muslim brother, Obama!

Frame grabs from the actual video feed that were released to the ABC News network…

The room that Osama was killed in above, and pictures of the mattress with Osama’s blood on it after he was “tapped” by Navy Seals.

God Bless the United States Military!

Monday, May 2, 2011

Worlds Most Wanted Terrorist Dead

After Nearly A Decade Long Pursuit,  Bin Laden Killed By U.S. Military

Last night around 10:30 CST, we learned of Osama Bin Laden’s death by U.S. Military Special Forces attack.  The U.S. Government waited for confirmation of Bin Laden’s death using DNA Testing.

Bin Laden was located in what was described as a “large home” surrounded by other, smaller homes in a compound located just 40 miles outside of Pakistan’s capital.  (This alone raises other questions about Bin Laden’s support by the Pakistani Government that we’ll deal with during another column.)

Reportedly, a small group of Special Forces using two attack helicopters landed within the compound and managed to overtake it in less than 40 minutes.  One report indicates that special forces were “eye to eye” with Bin Laden at the end of the firefight and ordered him to surrender.  Bin Laden refused and was killed in the ensuing, last exchange.

How was the United States able to confirm via DNA testing?  Just over Two years ago, Bin Laden’s sister died in a New York City Hospital.  One of the Bush Administration’s Justice Department acts was to obtain a court order for her brain, to be used to confirm Osama Bin Laden’s death if and when it happened.

Is the world a safer place today than it was yesterday, before we learned of the mastermind of 9/11/01’s death?  I think that remains to be seen.  There is no doubt however that Al Qaeda is weaker as a result, and their ability to pull off a terrorist attack in the United States is greatly diminished.

WTCThe attack of Sept. 11th, 2001 was between five and six years in the making.  Our “immediate safety” no doubt is better, but in every terrorist organization as federated as Al Qaeda is, there is very likely a number two ready to step up.

For today however, we as American’s should celebrate this victory in the War on Terror that President George W. Bush courageously undertook, and forced (that’s right, forced) Barack Hussein Obama to complete.  Even Obama last night had to admit the War on Terror was a success despite his proclamations in 2008 as Candidate Obama that it was a failure.

As we celebrate today, I ask one thing of you: when you see someone in a MILITARY uniform, please congratulate them on their dogged, nearly ten year long pursuit of the worlds most famous terrorist and their successful elimination of him.

us-military-seals It is our Military and Intelligence services we have to thank today.

Well Done and Thank You!