Wendy Chamberlain, President of Middle East Institute and former US Ambassador to Pakistan on CNN
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Let's compare here.
The Navy Seals went to a foreign country half-way around the world into hostile territory and rappelled from a hovering helicopter in the pitch dark into a compound that was the residence of the world's most wanted terrorist. These terrorists have automatic weapons, bombs, and like to strap the bombs to themselves and die for their cause. When the helicopter came over the compound they jumped at a moment's notice.
Obama took intel that he only partially developed himself from a foreign intelligence apparatus that was established by the previous president. He deliberated for 16 hours and "slept on it" after knowing for months that it could happen. He then sat in an office surrounded by some of the toughest security forces in the world in one of the world's most secure buildings and watched the raid develop.
Okay, now that I see it written out, it is eerily similar.