Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Enough Already With Obama's "Gutsy" Call

Can we  finally get this straight.  The guts shown in the Osama Bin Ladin raid and the killing of Bin Ladin was all shown by the Navy SEALs and not Barack Obama.  I am getting sick and tired of all this "it took guts" for the president to make the call.  It was a correct decision he made, but it was a decision and not guts. I am even getting sick of our side [GOP leaders] when talking about this issue making the perfunctory, "he showed guts".

When Obama said we shouldn't spike the football, you have to read between the words.  He was actually being truthful. He was talking about the USA spiking the football. America taking credit...we can't have that.  But Barack Obama thinks it is not only proper for himself to spike the football, but to do an end zone dance and the Lambeau leap at the same time. And do it over and over and over again.

Barack Obama, let's get something else straight.  You didn't "get" anybody. Our heroic armed forces have gotten the bad guys. For president Obama to keep taking credit demeans the real heroes, our courageous armed forces.

In a political ad, former president Bill Clinton implies that only Barack Obama had the courage to make that call. Barbara Streisand, I say. If you wouldn't have made the call Mr. Clinton, than speak for yourself. But there isn't one other president past or future that wouldn't have made that call. And if they spiked the football, it would be on behalf of the country and not themselves.

Barack Obama, shamelessly, today [Monday] said the same thing that Bill Clinton implied in the ad, that Mitt Romney would not have made the decision to get Bin Ladin if he had the chance.  Besides being despicable and untruthful, for the president of the United States to say that is not only very unbecoming but is also un-presidential.

In 2012, let's vote for the only person acting presidential in this race...and it is certainly not the current one.

Romney/Rubio 2012!


6 comments:

KosherWineGuy said...

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KosherWineGuy said...

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Big Mike said...

Yes, Kosher Wine Guy, he doesn't blame Bush on this one.

Joel said...

It just shows how desperate the Dems are for positive issues about the President to keep hyping this up.

Joel said...

It just shows how desperate the Dems are for positive issues about the President to keep hyping this up.

Big Mike said...

Yes it does, Joel! Thanks!