Skip to comments.Axelrod Denies Participating in Counter-Terror Discussions
Posted on 06/03/2012 8:55:18 PM PDT by Nachum
The communications director of President Obamas reelection campaign today denied a report in the New York Times that he had sat in on weekly White House meetings on terrorism. On Tuesday the paper said that after the failed 2009 Christmas Day underwear bombing, David Axelrod started attending the discussions with Obama and top national security advisers. The article reads: David Axelrod, the presidents closest political adviser, began showing up at the Terror Tuesday meetings, his unspeaking presence a visible reminder of what everyone understood: a successful attack would overwhelm the presidents other aspirations and achievements.
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Did he drink a lot of iced tea?
I don’t mean this invidiously, but every time I see Axelrod, the thought comes into my mind: he looks remarkably like Adolf Hitler.
Oh, it just depends on what you mean by “participating in”.
I’m trying to think who might be less trustworthy than Axelrod. Obama, Soros, Aieres...?
What needs to be tracked is who on the kill list is Sunni and who is Shia.
That is key.
“Did he drink a lot of iced tea?” Because We livermore find are aposiopetic....
Axelrod closet Obama Advisor? I think Michelle Obama and Valerie Jarrett would Have Something to say about that. This is Bunk Its Jarrett calling the shots On Foreign affairs and Michelle doing the Farming and gardening reports
How can you tell when Axelrod is not lying?
Does Axelrod have a security clearance to attend counter-terrorism meetings?
Just goes to show who is receiving our most sensitve national intelligence without undergoing any background check whatsoever
Jarrett and Axelrod = running the WH
Wouldn’t it be easier if the White House just issue a “blanket denial” every day, through Jay Carney. It would save a lot of press conferences.
Carney: “ Whatever the allegation is today, we deny it”
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