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 Post subject: Who Really Killed Osama bin Laden?
PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2012 10:57 pm 
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I'm here today to go on record the real person... Rep. Paul "Lying" Ryan killed Osama bin Laden. It' s a known fact the White House should have known they couldn't keep this secret from the American people. So, here's the real story.


September 3, 2012

Ryan Gives Detailed Account of Day He Killed Bin Laden

In a dramatic narrative that could upstage this week’s Democratic National Convention, Rep. Paul Ryan (R., Wisc.) gave reporters today a detailed account of the fateful day he killed Osama bin Laden.

Mr. Ryan said that he was revealing his role as the triggerman who felled the Al Qaeda leader to “set the record straight,” explaining that he had remained silent about his mission until now, because “I don’t like to brag.”


The Republican Vice-Presidential nominee painted a portrait of a Paul Ryan few know, a man who trained for missions with SEAL Team Six while somehow finding time to cut key provisions of Medicare.

The Wisconsin Congressman said he was doing sit-ups in the House of Representatives cloakroom when he got the call to deploy for his mission to Abbottabad, and hours later found himself face to face with the world’s most wanted man.

“Osama got one look at me and he ran like a bat out of hell,” he said. “It’s times like that that I’m glad I can run a hundred meters in 9.58 seconds.”

As for the perfect shot between the eyes that nailed bin Laden, Mr. Ryan called it “just another day at the office.”

“You don’t want to get too full of yourself because of a thing like this,” he said. “I had a job to do, and I did it. It was very satisfying to see all my SEAL training come together. And it was great practice for the day I got Qaddafi.”



Report: Courtney of Andy Borowitz.

Illustration by Tom Bachtell
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