QUESTIONS IF ROMNEY WOULD HAVE ORDERED RAID: EVEN ARIANNA CALLS OBAMA ‘DESPICABLE’
If you were (un)fortunate enough to see video of our embarrassing Commander-in-Chief’s joint news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Noda yesterday, you not only saw a very small man spike the football yet again over the killing of Osama bin Laden – you also saw the Office of the President diminished by the smug look on his face and his sarcastic answer in response to a question on his latest political ad – which questions whether Mitt Romney would have ordered the raid. All in the presence of a visiting head of state, no less. Does Barack Obama have no shame?
How bad was it? Arianna Huffington – of all people – even called it “despicable.” The ad is not only a blatant violation of his own “We don’t need to spike the football” comment, made to somehow suggest that we Americans are above that sort of thing, but his performance yesterday was an abject embarrassment to the Presidency. This is not a partisan observation – Republicans and Democrats alike should be disgusted by the new low to which this cocky jerk has stooped. At the very least, Arianna agrees. Does Barack Obama have no shame?
Incredibly – although completely predictable based on past performance - President Cojones Grandes became visible agitated yesterday at the mere suggestion that his Regime has excessively celebrated the anniversary of bin Laden’s killing. This, from a man who admonished Americans about not “spiking the football” a year ago – only to set off at breakneck speed on his nationwide “I Killed Osama Bin Laden Victory Tour.” Does Barack Obama have no shame?
Huffington, who normally takes positions somewhere to the left of Hugo Chavez, was quick to comment on Obama’s attack ad questioning Romney’s resolve, saying that the making of a campaign ad about the killing of Osama bin Laden, “as President Barack Obama has done, is one of the most despicable things you can do.”