Monday, April 30, 2012
SEALs slam Obama for using them as 'ammunition' in bid to take credit for bin Laden killing during election campaign
◼ The SEALs spoke out to MailOnline after the Obama campaign released an ad entitled ‘One Chance’. - MailOnline via Drudge
◼ The path to bin Laden’s death didn’t start with Obama - Jose A. Rodriguez/Washington Post
◼ Maybe Running on Bin Laden Won’t Work - Jonathan S. Tobin/Commentary Magazine
◼ Krauthammer: Obama’s use of bin Laden mission ‘unseemly’ - Daily Caller
◼ Obama's tacky 'I Shot Bin Laden' ad has turned a military triumph into a political disaster - Time Stanley/Telegraph
Barack Obama’s “I Shot Bin Laden!” ad might be the worst political move he’s ever made. It tops the list because, unlike his many other foul-ups (50 percent structural youth unemployment, skyrocketing debt, supporting post-birth abortion), this is a rare example of him getting something completely right and then turning it into something horribly wrong. The man is so politically tone deaf he makes Joe Biden look like Machiavelli.
◼ America needs more than hope. It needs leadership. That is why The Post today endorses the candidacy of Mitt Romney for president of the ...
From the New York Post: “It’s war! Hundreds of Occupy Wall Street protesters — emboldened by officials backing down this morning from evicting them from their Zuccotti Park campsite for a 7 a.m. cleaning — stormed Wall Street, leaping over barriers and getting into a fracas with cops."◼ Violence shows Andrew Breitbart was right - Don Surber/Daily Mail From Andrew Breitbart: “These are the same types of groups, the anti-W...
◼ The call by progressives to end 401K plans is growing. Now they’re trying a different tack – these plans that workers contribute to out of...
◼ Palestinian Authority President Declares Jerusalem 'Eternal Capital of Palestine'... - israelnationalnews.com ◼ Obama punts to ...
◼ Stuart Stevens was undoubtedly one of the advisers who told Romney that he should avoid criticizing the press. We reported on this fact, n...
The People’s Party It all started with people who opposed slavery. They were common, everyday people who bristled at the notion that men ha...