Obama memo: Blame military if bin Laden raid fails

Former AG Michael Mukasey: Obama Regime Drafted Memo to Blame Military If bin Laden Mission Failed
Former AG Michael Mukaskey

On Friday, Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit noted that the Obama regime was set to blame the military if the bin Laden raid went sour.

What’s so new about that?  Obama has blamed Bush, the Internet, a messy democracy, the Founding Fathers and ATM machines for all of his other failures, so it really isn’t much of a shock to learn that he would blame the military if the raid that got the 9/11 terror mastermind failed.

Hoft wrote:

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Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey told Sean Hannity tonight that the Obama Administration drafted a memo to protect the president from blame if the mission to kill or capture Osama Bin Laden would have failed. That way Obama could blame the general instead of taking the blame himself. Mukasey wrote about it this week in The Wall Street Journal.

Mukaskey wrote:

“That was a highly lawyered memo (designed to protect the president politically)… I think there’s going to be more that’s going to be tumbling out about that escapade but so far that memo is enough.

He discussed this with Fox News’ Sean Hannity:

Mukasey: Memo Was Drafted to Protect Obama From Blame If OBL Mission Failed


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