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Celebrity president Barack Obama is taking credit for being "Commander-in-Chief."

He's so weak on defense and counter-terrorism, he touts his "accomplishment" of over one year ago.

An event that put a lovable canine in far more danger than adorably riding on the roof of the family car.

Obama talks of "planning" and "decisions," but when he was focused on a town no one can even find on a map, Mitt Romney was hard at work here at home, creating jobs.

That's why it's so sad to see a president use an event that unified our country to distract from how evil and socialist Democrats really are.

Politicizing the death of the September Eleventh mastermind is just wrong, and Mitt Romney will tell you why, in an appearance with Rudy Giuliani and brave New York City firefighters.

Sure, Obama looks presidential, but Mitt Romney has decades of experience making a stern presidential decision-making face,

And has a proven track record of appearing steadfast when photographed in silhouette.

Mitt Romney:  strong enough to stand up and do things even Jimmy Carter would do.

(Paid for by Americans Together for a Mitt Romney Future 'N' Stuff.)

Originally posted to Comics on Thu May 03, 2012 at 06:50 AM PDT.

Also republished by Daily Kos.

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