New OPSEC ad: “Bumps in the Road?”`

Posted by: Phineas on October 3, 2012 at 4:07 pm

**Posted by Phineas

OPSEC comprises a group of former Special Forces and intelligence personnel who have criticized President Obama before for revealing classified information in pursuit of his reelection. They’ve come out with a new ad in the Virginia market smacking the president for his “bumps in the road” description of the deaths of Americans in Benghazi:

It’s a smart ad buy; Virginia is both a swing state and heavily military. I doubt many there will appreciate the comparison of the president’s victory laps for the killing of bin Laden on the one hand, and his dismissal of military deaths as “bumps in the road” on the other.

OPSEC has a web site for donations. If you feel that this is an important message to get out to other battleground states, consider sending them a few bucks.

(Crossposted at Public Secrets)

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  1. Drew the Infidel says:

    One has to wonder how many family members of those who endured the ultimate sacrifice would appreciate their son or daughter being referred to as “a bump in the road”; especially since Obhammud does not even compare to a pimple on their a*ses.