Obama has a new campaign ad out that takes an interesting path. The ad paints a picture of an Obama that made a strong, decisive decision, and a Romney that might not have done the same.
One of the left’s biggest cheerleaders isn’t thrilled about it.
“I don’t think there should be an ad about that,” Huffington said Monday on “CBS This Morning.” “I think it’s one thing to celebrate the fact that they did such a great job (with television specials). All that is perfectly legitimate. But to turn it into a campaign ad is one of the most despicable things you can do.”
Now that the ad is getting plenty of attention, we’re all being reminded of where Romney stood in 2007. Here’s a hint… he wasn’t against the idea of getting Bin Laden.
It’s wrong for a person running for president of the United States to get on TV and say we’re going to go into your country unilaterally. Of course America always maintains our option to do whatever we think is in the best interest of America. But we don’t go out and say “ladies and gentleman of Germany, if ever there was a problem in your country [and] we didn’t think you were doing the right thing, we reserve the right to come in and get them out”.We don’t say those things, we keep our options quiet.
Once again we’re adding to the list of 69 Obama Lies.