Until Obama took out Bin Laden, Romney and McCain insisted we should not carry out a military operation into another country to get Bin Laden. Now, of course, since Obama did it, it's apparently a "no brainer". If, by law, some Republicans had to know of the impending operation, would they have tried to stop Obama? They've already proven they hate Obama more than they love America. Considering how many still claim to celebrate the Confederacy or have openly talked of secession, would it really be all that much of a surprise? After all, 9/11 happened in a Northern State and Republicans let Bin Laden go and stopped looking for him. Hey, I'm only going by what they say they did. We know from Bush to Romney, Republicans have said Bin Laden wasn't important. Their failures never are. Watching bits of the Brian Williams special on Morning Joe, I was struck at the difficult decision the president had to make. They will be airing a special on the entire event. I suspect most Republicans won't watch it for two reasons. They don't want to know anything good this president did and they believe Obama was only able to get Bin Laden because of illegal torture by the Republican leadership, a claim John McCain has vehemently denied. As Robert Draper's book proves, after the secret meeting between Republicans to bring down this president, the enormous damage they have caused this country, way beyond anything their policies did during the Bush years, is it a stretch to believe they would have stopped Obama from getting Osama if given the chance?