Politicization

May 2nd, 2012

It’s the one-year anniversary of Bin Laden’s death, but if Dems mention that, it’s shameful politicization. Would the right-wing feel better if President Obama apologized and promised to never do it again?

 

We had eight years of national security fear mongering with the Bush Administration,

But when Dems talk about national security accomplishment, it’s un-American politicization?

 
 
To: Mitt Romney

 

From: President Obama

 

 

I’m sorry for mentioning Osama bin Laden. I now understand that it’s not fair for me as a Democrat to discuss national security accomplishments, since that infringes on the GOP’s God-given right to paint Democrats as soft on terror, and in particular on your personal right to portray me as weak on national security because of things you think I might do some day.

To help me avoid such future mistakes, I would greatly appreciate your sending me a list of what other accomplishments I should avoid mentioning.

Again, please accept my apology. I promise I won’t do it again.

Sincerely,

Barack

 

PS: Is it OK if I come to your inauguration in January?

 

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