"As they say: If you get to the endzone, act like you been there before.
Instead of just drinking from the cup of captured intelligence, this Administration has to parade it around and show it off for their media friends."
One would think that, given the planning that must have gone into the operation to get Bin Laden, the Administration would have had some game plan for what happened next, whether it was successful or not. It's as if it didn't occur to them that these questions would be asked afterward ...
- Will you release pictures of the body?
- Will you release video of the burial at sea?
- Will you have a consistent story of events as relayed by administration officials before they speak publicly?
Instead, we witness the administration fumbling for days after the operation, not sure how to address questions that they should have had the answer for *in advance*.