Obama Got Osama: President Obama Addresses the American People

Nine years, seven months and twenty days after 9/11, the United States successfully hunted down and killed the most notorious mass murderer in American history.

The United States killed Osama bin Laden in a military operation.

The President ordered the CIA to make hunting Bin Laden its chief priority in the War on Terror. President Obama also had the moxie to launch the operation in Pakistan.

U.S. operatives killed bin Laden in a firefight and captured his body.

There could not have been a better outcome.

More importantly, President Obama’s actions sent a clear and unambiguous message to terrorists around the world: If you murder innocent America civilians, the American military will purse you to the ends of the earth and will not stop until it hunts you down.

Those who follow this blog knows that I have been a frequent critic of Obama’s foreign policy. But today, I am proud to say that the President did what was necessary to protect America.

Bravo, President Obama! Bravo!

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About Sean Patrick Hazlett

Conservative clean energy crusader, national security hawk, financial analyst, engineer, and former military officer.
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8 Responses to Obama Got Osama: President Obama Addresses the American People

  1. Wow! I was out of touch earlier today.

    Frankly, I suspected he had passed away likely from natural causes in the last 9 years.

    My understanding was he had kidney disease among other things.

    • Bruce,

      I was watching all your posts go out and was wondering why you weren’t commenting on bin Laden’s death. 😉

      The fact that we put boots on the ground 35 miles outside of Islamabad is ballsy to say the least.

  2. Well Sean we had weekend with two rain free days and I was hanging out with the family outdoors and didn’t get on the net till late in the day.

    Do you think we’ll see some kind of retaliation in the near future???

  3. How did the boots on the ground exit???

  4. Perhaps I should say (hopefully) attempted retaliation.

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