Obama Bails Out Osama!


By: John Lillpop

Upon moving into the White House in 1961, John F. Kennedy, America’s First Camelot president, was famously quoted as saying: “The thing that surprised me most was to find that things were just as bad as we’d been saying they were. ”

JFK was, of course, referring to his predecessor, a two-term Republican from Texas, Dwight David Eisenhower.

Forty eight years later, America’s second Camelot, also successor to a two-term Republican from Texas, is pinching JFK’s idea, if not exact words.

It will be remembered that candidate Obama, and Democrats in general, ruthlessly lashed out at the Bush Administration for wasting American lives and treasury in Iraq while failing to capture OBL, CEO of global Islamofascism.

How difficult can it be, they ridiculed, to find a 7-foot, bearded Jihadist with a dialysis machine permanently affixed to his terrorist frame?

Candidate Obama even intimated that as president he might order an invasion into Pakistan, an American ally in the war on terror, to smoke out the elusive OBL.

However, with his presidential aspirations just days away from fruition, President-elect Obama has apparently discovered that things are as bad as he has been saying.

Which may help to explain Barack Hussein Obama’s apparent “bail out” of Osama bin Laden, as reported in the Morningstar, in part: (Reference 1)

“I think that we have to so weaken his infrastructure that, whether he is technically alive or not, he is so pinned down that he cannot function,” Obama said.

“My preference obviously would be to capture or kill him. 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.”

Thank you Mr. President-elect.

George W. Bush could not have said it better, although Lord knows he tried!

Reference (1)

http://news.morningstar.com/newsnet/ViewNews.aspx?article=/DJ/200901142153DOWJONESDJONLINE000975_univ.xml

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