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Hannity Factually Challenged


Apparently, the elimination of the world’s most wanted terrorist, Osama Bin-Laden, was not good enough for Sean Hannity of Fox Entertainment and others of his factually-challenged ilk. Their argument being that President Obama was asleep at the switch and woke up just in time to see the brilliant plan of his predecessor, George W. Bush, come to fruition.

FYI - When President Bush was questioned at a news conference (March 13, 2002) regarding the whereabouts of the al-Qaeda leader, his reply >was “I don’t know where Bin-Laden is. I have no idea and really don’t care. It’s not that important. It’s not our priority.”

This was a plan? Really? Looking back on President Bush’s “plan” during his seven years in office after 9/11/01, it seems like it involved spending a good part of the remainder of his two terms “clearing brush” on his dude ranch in Crawford, Texas and waiting for Bin-Laden to die of kidney failure or old age. Some plan.

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