Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Elevating Muslim sensitivities over history and transparency, President Obama in an interview with Steve Kroft for this Sunday’s CBS 60 Minutes, says he won’t release post-mortem images of Osama Bin Laden taken to prove his death.
Video of the comments will appear on the CBS Evening News on Wednesday.
With illogical reasoning, Mr. Obama said:
“Imagine how the American people would react if Al Qaida killed one of our troops or military leaders, and put photos of the body on the internet. Osama bin Laden is not a trophy – he is dead and let’s now focus on continuing the fight until Al Qaida has been eliminated.”
What this nitwit president forgets is, Osama bin Laden is responsible for the deaths of nearly 3,000 people on September. 11, 2001. The worst, single act of terrorism ever committed on U.S. soil. The American people, as well as the rest of the world, deserves the opportunity to decide for themselves if they want to view the images of bin Laden’s corpse.
Skeptics and conspiracy theorists alike, have called on the U.S. to release photos of bin Laden to forever quell any doubt that the al-Qaeda mastermind is dead.
With this single decision, President Obama has foolishly added a new chapter to the Warren Commission’s findings on who shot President John F. Kennedy.