What Al Qaeda Thought Of Biden

Filed in International by on May 3, 2012

The Combating Terrorism Center released 17 documents taken from Bin Laden’s compound a year ago in Abbottabad.

The groups will remain on the lookout for Obama or
Petraeus.The reason for concentrating on them is that Obama is
the head of infidelity and killing him automatically will make
Biden take over the presidency for the remainder of the term, as
it is the norm over there. Biden is totally unprepared for that
post, which will lead the US into a crisis.

As Adam Serwer writes:

Osama bin Laden had an pretty low opinion of Vice President Joe Biden, almost as if he had been reading too many Biden-themed Onion articles. He wanted Al Qaeda to down planes carrying President Obama or then-General David Petraeus, believing that a Biden presidency would place America on a short path to oblivion.

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  1. socialistic ben says:

    ANOTHER thing the GOP and Al-ka’eeeda agree on….

  2. Doug Beatty says:

    I’m a Biden fan. More on personality than policy at times. You gotta love that guy. Or be one of the many dirtbags what ought to in my humble but always accurate opinion. :D

    I wouldn’t lose any sleep if Joe became preezy. Would hope it wouldn’t be caused by hard to anyone.

  3. walt says:

    They were right. Biden would be an inept president. You don’t have to know him for 40 years around Delaware to figure that out. People half way around the world had it figured out.

  4. nemski says:

    Wow, walt, your sophomoric argument has convinced me.

  5. SussexAnon says:

    40 yrs. of electoral success and is now the #2 leader in the free world. Yep, he sure is inept.

    Like him or not, the mans got skills and is well liked and respected on Capital Hill.

  6. walt says:

    He was just a turd on New Castle County Council who ran for senate as a sacrificial sheep and got lucky. Speaking of which, how is Coons doing lately? (He’s a little brighter than Joe. And more likable.)

  7. liberalgeek says:

    Haven’t dug into it, but is there documentation about how he felt about Bush? Because I think that Bush was the best thing that Osama could have hoped for. The over-reacting and over-reaching that Bush did played right into bim Laden’s hands. Perhaps we are misunderstanding what a good President is, by al Qaeda standards.

  8. Joe Cass says:

    Joe Biden is unsurpassed in foreign policy,Walt. Step outside and let the sun wash over you. Sadly, Joe is also unsurpassed in letting the banksters rule; Coons is a quick study with Craper to guide his way.

  9. nemski says:

    lg, there were just 17 documents. You can easily download all and quickly search through the pdfs.

    Good poing Joe Cass. Biden is great in foreign policy.

  10. Truth Teller says:

    The agreement that was just signed with Afghan where our troops only act if terrorist bases are set up was the Biden plan 3 years ago.

  11. Doug Beatty says:

    You can love President Obama or hate him. If you didn’t believe him when he said “nobody messes with Joe” then you’ve not spent enough time on Capitol Hill. Agree or disagree with his politics those who refuse to respect his political acumen do so at their own risk, IMO.

  12. Doug Beatty says:

    @nemski re: sophomoric – difficulty level less than three. PASS :D

  13. DangerMouse says:

    Truth teller, if what you say about Biden’s plan is “truth” and had this policy been in place for the past three years, then Osama would still be alive & well in Pakistan today. The Biden plan blocks any further missions like the one that got OBL.
    http://dailycaller.com/2012/05/04/obamas-deal-with-karzai-bans-raids-into-pakistan/#ixzz1tu6Yf15Y

  14. Geezer says:

    Mouse: That’s not what the article says at all. It’s full of conditions and what-ifs.

    On the other hand, Romney is on record saying he wouldn’t violate Pakistan’s sovreignity, and Donald Rumsfeld — who said “any president” would have given the go-ahead — did exactly the opposite in 2005, when he was still defense secretary.

    That’s the Danger, Mouse, in reading nothing but the headlines on the right wingnut sites.

  15. DangerMouse says:

    Geezer: Did you even bother to read the article?

    “The surprising commitment effectively bars Obama and his successors from launching another nighttime helicopter raid like the one that that killed Osama bin Laden. That raid has proven to be Obama’s primary foreign-policy success because it killed bin Laden, scooped up much intelligence data and shocked Pakistan.
    Obama’s commitment will also end the use of secretive drone-attacks from Afghanistan. Those attacks have killed hundreds of al-Qaida leaders since the mid-2000s. They’ve also been very popular with U.S voters, and usually have had tacit Pakistan approval.
    The unadvertised provision is buried in the deal that Afghan president Hamid Karzai and Obama signed with much campaign-style fanfare May 1 in Kabul. It could provide a legal shield for Pakistani-based al-Qaida’s leaders, front-line fighters, terrorism-planners, allied terror-leaders, funders, terror bases and terror training-grounds.
    “The United States further pledges not to use Afghan territory or facilities as a launching point for attacks against other countries,” says the provision, found in paragraph 6b of the eight-page deal.”

  16. Geezer says:

    Yes, I did. Did you? It provides “a legal shield.” LOL. Yeah, that ought to deflect drones. As I said, you get your news from “sources” like the Daily Caller, you get what you pay for.

    Since it’s May 4th, let me just point out that you are as clumsy as you are stupid.