Obama: Bin Laden Raid ‘Most Important Single Day of my Presidency’



Jessica Hopper, Subrata De, and Tim Uehlinger
MSNBC – Rock Center
May 2, 2012

President Barack Obama describes the killing of Osama bin Laden as the “most important single day” of his presidency and said that the decision to carry out the raid was one that he had to ultimately make alone.

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“I did choose the risk,” the president said in an exclusive interview with Rock Center Anchor and Managing Editor Brian Williams. “The reason I was willing to make that decision of sending in our SEALs to try to capture or kill bin Laden rather than to take some other options was ultimately because I had 100 percent faith in the Navy SEALs themselves.”

A year after the May 1, 2011, raid on bin Laden’s compound, Obama and several of the advisers who helped plan the operation, known as “Operation Neptune’s Spear,” spoke exclusively to NBC News, reflecting on the tense months spent planning and debating the feasibility of this daring raid. The interviews occurred before the president made an unannounced visit to Kabul on Tuesday, where he and President Hamid Karzai signed an agreement on the future of U.S. involvement in Afghanistan.

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As Alex has exhausted on his show several times, the bin Laden Raid and killings were a hoax devised to distract the American peoples’ attention from the birth certificate issue, which he had just released, and to elevate the president in the eyes of the people. The same gang that has been caught lying to us in the past is at it again.

Here’s a video exposing the photo the White House sent out shortly after the bin Laden raid took place (which they later admitted was a staged photo op).

Why, even yesterday the White House couldn’t get its story straight as to whether Obama was in Kabul or not.

We are sick of your lies Obama Administration.


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