January 10, 2014

Defining al-Qaeda Down

Stephen Hayes, Weekly Standard

The Associated Press

The Obama administration has devoted considerable time and effort to convincing the American people that al Qaeda is “on the run”—and if not already dead, then at least in the throes of agonal respiration. To make this case first required redefining the Bush administration’s “war on terror” as something more focused and smaller—a war on al Qaeda.

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TAGGED: Chris Stevens, Barack Obama, Libya, Benghazi, Al-Qaeda

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