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    Obama Backtracks On Osama

    Obama Backtracks On Osama

    Remember Barack Obama’s famous attack on John McCain, that McCain wasn’t willing to go to the cave where Osama bin Laden was hiding: “John McCain likes to say that he’ll follow bin Laden to the Gates of Hell – but he won’t even go to the cave where he lives.” Or during the October 7, 2008 debate: “We will kill bin Laden. We will crush al-Qaeda. That has to be our biggest national security priority.”

    No more. Now, all we have to do is contain bin Laden to his cave, you know, the one McCain wouldn’t go to:

    Barack Obama last night suggested that removing Osama bin Laden from the battlefield was no longer essential and that America’s security goals could be achieved by merely keeping alQaeda “on the run”.

    “My preference obviously would be to capture or kill him,” he said. “But if we have so tightened the noose that he’s in a cave somewhere and can’t even communicate with his operatives then we will meet our goal of protecting America.”

    It’s beginning to look like we picked Door No. 2, and got the booby prize.
    UPDATE: OMG, Obama made this revelation in an interview with Katie Couric! Katie goes where the rest of the mainstream media dares not tread.


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    good post, this won’t be the last time B. Hussein alters what he originally said on the campaign trail..

    Hey people if you knew where Osama was wouldn’t you tell the rest of your country? Well, McCain said he actually knew where Osama was, is he going to share this news with the country? I am a private citizen but if I knew I would feel as if I was committing treason to keep that information to myself for 4 years. So perhaps Barack Obama won’t have to spend the lives of too many more of our men and women searching for him, just let McCain direct us to the spot.

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