- Category: Politics
Photo Of Dead Terrorist Will Appear Before Nov. 2012
Although the recent ideology of the democratic party stood on principles of social welfare, education and government controlled programs, President Obama has employed a number of political moves that resemble those of the republican party. What this GPS tracker specialist is referring to in particular is the hard stance President Obama has taken in regards to military action during his tenure as Commander in Chief thus far. Whether the United States had a large or small role in the following events, it is impossible not to be impressed with what has happened recently across the globe:
1. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was overthrown by civil unrest
2. Qaddafi, a man who was feared by people throughout Libya, was ousted and murdered by rebel forces
3. The people of Tunisia overthrew long-time President Ben Ali through civil resistance and self immolation that brought the world's attention upon the small nation
4. The covert strike on a mansion in Pakistan that led to the death of the world's most wanted terrorist, Osama Bin Laden
What is equally impressive is the long list of notches on the belt of Obama that detail all of the high-priority terrorist targets that have been killed under his watch that include Anwar al-Awlaki, Abu Hafs al-Shahri and more.
For a complete list of the terrorists captured or killed during the presidency of Obama please click here.
When President Obama took over he did something that President Bush attempted to do for eight years, kill Osama Bin Laden and significantly reduce the power of terrorist cells by eliminating leadership throughout the globe. Now, with politicians beginning to set the stage for the 2012 campaigns, the democrats are under heavy political pressure due to a flat-lining economy, high unemployment and over public discontent with the rich seemingly getting richer.
People are unhappy with military operations that have seen many soldiers take two, three or even four tours of duty overseas.
Occupy Wall Street protesters from all over the country have voiced their anger over an increasingly class of elite and wealthy acquiring more financial status while the middle class slowly evaporates, and more people fall into poverty levels.
Many are upset with ObamaCare and the financial costs associated with it.
Everyone is seemingly fired up about a national deficit that continues to grow and grow as the US dollar gets weaker and weaker.
People are upset, and when people are upset change often happens, likely not the kind President Obama wanted while speaking during his 2008 campaign for the oval office.
With that said, one of the points Obama and his campaign advisers will surely focus on during the elections is that yes the military campaigns were expensive and took the lives of many courageous young men and women, but now the Middle East is a safer more free place. The military is home, and now it is time to focus on America. Most importantly, the world is a better place now that Osama Bin Laden is officially dead.
The Obama campaign will likely remind the public of the many positive accomplishments of the War on Terror that occurred on Obama's watch. To really dramatize these facts, this GPS vehicle tracker expert believes that the photographs depicting Osama Bin Laden's dead body will finally be released/leaked before the November 2012 Presidential election.
The Osama Bin Laden photo(s), rightfully or wrongfully, could end up being used for political purposes. The killing of Osama Bin laden was a historic and important event, and it is appropriate that President Obama receive some accolades for the event. However, if the photos were released pre-election, would that slightly tarnish all of the positive things that occurred against terrorism while Obama was in command?
Do you believe the photos will be released before the election, some other point in the future or never?
Would a leak or release of photographs depicting Osama Bin Laden dead have a beneficial consequence to the re-election campaign?