Monday, May 02, 2011


Heartstopping, historic!  The most secretive team of Navy Seals, Elite Team *6* 

HISTORIC: Obama's amazing ability to multi-task tornado devastation, jokes at Correspondents Dinner and nail-biting Osama Situation Room.

Report: No one knew, before going in, if Osama Bin Laden was even actually inside the compound at the moment of attack.  The CIA was sure he was there, but others were not so sure. The President listened to all sides from his Secretary of Defense, Special Ops commanders, and advisors. He weighed all the outcomes and options. Then he made a decision to invade.
It could have gone either way. Sunday in the Situation Room was a nail-biter! 

Question: Could it have been done remotely with a predator drone?
Did Special Ops drop a listening device onto the roof or remote-controlled viewing device? 

Did the CIA use Remote Viewers?   

Wow, I am really impressed with our President. Obama had the cool calm ability to multi-task several events the past weekend from visiting the devastation of tornado ravaged States, to making jokes about Donald Trump at the White House Correspondents Dinner, to taking decisive action in storming Osama Bin Laden's mansion compound, and monitoring it all from the Situation Room on Sunday. During this nail-biting Special Operation led by an elite team 6 of Navy Seals in coordination with the CIA, Obama remained poker faced, cool and calm. 

AFI Best Actress nominee and People's Choice Award winner Lydia Cornell is best known for her starring role on the hit ABC series Too Close for Comfort. She is currently working on a series of books, which will be out in 2011. She wrote, produced and directed the film Venus Conspiracy, a short version of her longer script, which will soon be a feature film. Recently seen on HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm and starring in the new Kelsey Grammer Comedy Hour, she has her own channel and live talk show. Cornell is an award-winning blogger, writer, comedienne, talk show host, teen mentor and inspirational speaker. Her articles have appeared in A&E Biography, Huffington Post, Editor & Publisher, Macon Daily, and Lone Star Icon.