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In the Season of Presidential Politics, Obama’s Attack Ad Should Have Been Expected

In the Season of Presidential Politics, Obama’s Attack Ad Should Have Been Expected

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Published by Horatio Green
Political parties are willing to do anything to putdown the opposing party. Voters will have to whittle the politics from truth. The concern is will the majority of voters be able to do that. I certainly hope so.
Political parties are willing to do anything to putdown the opposing party. Voters will have to whittle the politics from truth. The concern is will the majority of voters be able to do that. I certainly hope so.

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Published by: Horatio Green on May 03, 2012
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In the Season of Presidential Politics, Obama’s Attack AdShould Have Been Expected
Wouldn’t it be nice if we didn’t have to deal with politics? And political parties who are willing todo anything to putdown the opposing party.These things are at their highest point during the season of presidential politics. Republicans andDemocrats alike jump on their party’s bandwagon and employee the same hyperbolic talking points.But are voters really that gullible to accept what the candidates, parties and pundits say aboutopponents.The political criticisms right now are over the assassination of Osama bin Laden. May 2nd was theone-year anniversary of the covert operation by Navy Seals who were flown into Pakistan andkilled the al-Qaida leader responsible for 9/11 at the orders of their Commander in Chief PresidentObama.Criticism centers onObama’s recent political attack adagainst Mitt Romney.Among the many complaints are Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post who calls the addespicable”; Republican Representative Mike Turner said “…it’s deplorable to politicize this”; Mitt Romney claims Obama is “politicizing bin Laden’s death to shift attention from other issues,”according to PoliticoAnd, one year to the day, Obama was in Afghanistan. He signed a security agreement with AfghanPresident Hamid Karzai that spells out the U.S.-Afghan relationship following troop withdrawalsin 2014. He then first spoke to the troops and then addressed the American people. There has been criticism of Obama following the assassination of Osama bin Laden and demandsat the time that he release photos of a dead bin Laden. Somehow his “we don’t spike the footballremark has been associated with the Romney attack ad and with his Tuesday night speech fromAfghanistan.In the attack ad there is a caption: "Which path would Mitt Romney have taken?" To whichRomney respondedthat of course he would have taken the same action. “Even Jimmy Carter 

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