Obama has blood on his hands of the victims of these terrorists.
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What did we give up in exchange for the tarnished soldier? Five “high-risk” Taliban commanders. Two of the five are wanted by the UN and would be tried for war crimes. Mullah Mohammad Fazi, the Taliban army chief of staff, is wanted for allegedly murdering thousands of Shiites. Mullah Norullah Noori, senior Taliban military commander, is wanted for the same. Taliban deputy minister of intelligence Abdul Haq Wasiq helped the Taliban give al Qaeda’s 9/11 planners intelligence training. Taliban governor of the Heart province and former interior minister Khairullah Khairkhwa was a point man for Mullah Omar. And Mohammed Nabi held meetings with al Qaeda to determine attack plans against US targets.
As of September 2012, 168 out of the 602 released Guantanamo Bay detainees are suspected of returning to terrorism.
So, is this a winning scenario for the United States? Of course not. And the Taliban couldn’t be more enthused about how this little routine played out. Mullah Omar, Taliban head, said the deal was a “great victory.” Meanwhile, the White House attempted to spin all criticism of the deal as “propaganda of terrorists.”
Time will tell how many Americans die as a result of this deal. But that’s not a high priority for the Obama administration, which seems more intent on misdirecting from the VA scandal than in protecting American lives.