Bush declared Bin Laden irrelevant in late 2002. Al Qaeda was very irrelevant was it?<quoted text>
Al Qaeda was holed up in caves with the Taliban in the mountainous tribal region along the Afghan-Pakistan border when Bush left office. Al Qaeda had no visibility anywhere else in the world. Every time some Al Qaeda or Taliban went outside, they got their head blown off. Throughout Afghanistan there were no Al Qaeda and Taliban thugs bombing villages and cities.
How relevant is that?
Now, let's put Obama, or whatever his name is, in as president.
Today, Al Qaeda has grown to be bigger and stronger than it has ever been in its history. Obama ordered all combat in the mountains where Bush had Al Qaeda and the Taliban holed up in caves cease, and all US forces to retreat to the population centers. Then, Obama gave "safe passage" to the Taliban (thus, to Al Qaeda, also, because you can't tell the difference between them) throughout Afghanistan. Now, Al Qaeda and the Taliban are bombing every city and village in Afghanistan.
Obama made Al Qaeda relevant again. Al Qaeda has grown so big and strong since Obama was made president and began helping them, they are able to invade Syria and fight a full-scale war with the Syrian army.
Obama is arming and funding the Al Qaeda invasion of Syria, you fucking moron. Today, as we speak, right now, the Armed Forces of the United States is training Al Qaeda terrorists on a US military base in Jordan, then sending them into Syria to support the Al Qaeda invasion.
I don't mean to disturb your morning with facts.
By the way, since it seems most likely the lie Obama spewed for two weeks after the Al Qaeda attack on the US in Benghazi was given to CNN before the Al Qaeda attack began:
If a person in the White House and/or the State Department had any part in the premeditated murder of a US ambassador, should that person be hung?