The auto-bailout was nothing more than a sloppy wet kiss to the unions and Obama had almost nothing to do with the Bin Laden killing (special ops and our intelligence agencies get 95% of the credit) except giving the order to go-ahead with the raid.

(Washington Times) — David Axelrod, Obama 2012 campaign aide, spoke with Washington Times affiliated radio show America’s Morning News about how the Obama campaign is preparing for the upcoming election year.

“I think he came to office at a time of tremendous challenge in this country. The economy was in free fall and we had two wars and someone said to me the other day, ‘You know his slogan should be GM is alive and Bin Laden is dead,’” said Mr. Axelrod.

“And I think he made some very decisive decisions both to protect the country and to break the momentum of the recession. But we got a lot of work to do and a lot of work to not just put people back to work but also to restore the security that the middle class has lost for a long period of time.”

Many Obama supporters will call the auto bailouts a success only because the Union Auto Workers financially benefited the most and cost the tax payer $14 billion.

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