Controversy Grows Over NY Times Article Releasing Intelligence Info, Obama's Secret "Kill List"
Just one day after a new poll showed that six out of 10 veterans support Mitt Romney over President Obama heading into the 2012 election, the New York Times released a front-page article that goes into the president's role in the war on Al Qaeda and his personal "kill list."
The piece, many say, illustrates a "strong" president who supports lethal action, detailing his 'personally-maintained kill list' which points out which terrorists and extremists he determines to have killed.
The article doesn't stop there, however. Many
critics are calling out the Times' release of sensitive intelligence information within the article, saying that it raises questions about the administration's relationship with the media.
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