May 1, 2012

Why Obama Can't Take All the Credit for Osama

Jose Rodriguez, Washington Post

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No single tactic, technique or approach led to the successful operation against bin Laden. But those who suggest it was all a result of a fresh approach taken after Jan. 20, 2009, are mistaken.

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TAGGED: United States, Pakistan, Barack Obama, Osama Bin Laden, George W. Bush, 2012

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