Heritage Classic Live Blog

Hey all, we’re going to be co-hosting a live blog/chat with some of our friends from Hockey Primetime today, so be sure to come back at 5 p.m. CST to chat with Blake Benzel, J.P. Hoornstra, Justin Bourne and Denis Gorman about all things hockey.

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  1. Ahmet says:

    #14 Otis: Barry may get away this since a large percentage of today’s vrtoes don’t remember the 70′s and how weak Carter was. Glad you brought this up, McWrong. Every US voter knows which president’s airborne commando raid into the desert was a spectacular success. Obama’s spectacular coup in nailing bin Laden knocked foreign policy off the table as an election issue. It’s comical to watch Romney, of all people, try to attack Obama re toughness on AQ. It was Romney who, seconding the Bush admin’s decision to divert resources away from killing ObL and to shut down the CIA’s bin Laden unit, in 2007 repeatedly criticized Obama’s advocacy of sending troops in to Pakistan to kill bin Laden. Romney in 2007: “It’s not worth moving heaven and earth spending billions of dollars just trying to catch one person.”As Richard Clarke notes, Obama owns this issue. Romney won’t even bother trying to touch Obama on national security. Richard Clarke:- President Obama personally participated in repeated high-level meetings on his aggressive new strategy for getting Al Qaeda and its leaders in Pakistan.- Pres. Obama ordered a dramatic increase in drone attacks in Pakistan, wiping out Al Qaeda leaders and making it almost impossible for Bin Laden’s senior commanders to operate there.- Pres. Obama rejected cabinet members’ advice and ordered the raid that killed Bin Laden to go ahead.- finally, it was Obama as commander-in-chief who ordered that additional helicopters be made part of the operation, a decision that turned out to be crucial.

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