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It took Obama a week to figure this out when the rest of the world knew it as soon as it happened, it must of killed him to admit this.
HONOLULU – An al-Qaida affiliate in Yemen apparently ordered the Christmas Day plot against a U.S. airliner, training and arming the 23-year-old Nigerian man accused in the failed bombing, President Barack Obama said Saturday.
"This is not the first time this group has targeted us," Obama said, reporting on some of the findings of an administration review into how intelligence agencies failed to prevent Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab from boarding Detroit-bound Northwest Flight 253. Obama cites apparent al-Qaida link in bomb plot - Yahoo! News
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it took obama a week to figure this out when the rest of the world knew it as soon as it happened, it must of killed him to admit this.
well goddam obama for waiting for confirmation and proof!!! What the hell was president jug ears thinking? That we would want to be sure of something before we issued a proclaimation? Was he afraid someone might look back at a picture and say "wrong move, dude?"