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A year ago this week President Obama gave the go ahead for the rape that took out Osama bin Laden but his campaign is now suggesting that if a president Romney had been given the same Intel.
He wouldn't have gone for the kill and they're making that point in new ad with former President Bill Clinton.
Took the harder and then the more honorable thing.
And the one -- produced in my opinion.
The best result.
After asking which -- Mitt Romney would have taken at highlight the 2007.
Reuters headline that says Mitt Romney criticized Barack Obama for vowing to strike al-Qaeda targets inside Pakistan if necessary and -- isn't the first time this week.
The campaign is that Romney on this issue.
If you're looking for a bumper sticker to sum up how President Obama has handled what we inherited.
It's pretty simple.
Osama bin Laden is dead.
And General Motors is a life.
The Romney campaign pass this along today from two defense policy -- to say quote.
Killing Osama bin Laden was -- -- -- for all Americans and we all give the president credit but.
We are saddened to see the president of the United States politicize that event even reducing it.
To a campaign slogan and Senator John McCain says that no one disputes the president deserves credit for ordering the raid but to politicize it in this way.
Is the height.
Last month the president gave no interviews about the two year anniversary of the health care law but ahead of the bin Laden -- one year anniversary it went NBC.
From the White House situation room that'll -- next week but aides insist it's not a victory lap -- the result of extra interest in the story.
In Washington Peter Doocy Fox News.
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