Former members of the CIA and the Navy SEALs are the latest Super PACs, or political action committees, to come out against President Barack Obama's campaign ad that touts the decision-making to go after al-Qaida founder Osama bin Laden.
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"Mr. President, you didn't kill Osama bin Laden, America did," said Ben Smith, who was identified in the video ad as a Navy SEAL.
The video was made by Op-Sec (which stands for operational security) Education Fund.
Another former SEAL, Sen. Ryan Zinke (R-Montana), also formed a Super PAC.
"I think this administration crossed the line," Zinke said in an interview via Skype with 10News. "When the President used the bin Laden [killing] for political gain, he does so at great risk."
However, Republican political strategist John Dadian doesn't agree.
"Obama is the Commander in Chief. It is his decision to make and he took a huge risk, political and otherwise, to make it," Dadian said.
Dadian also said this won't rise to the level of the "swift boat" campaign against John Kerry in 2004 because "in the swift boat ads, the difference is, they were accurate."
Zinke said the latest Super PAC group shows there's a trend.
"It will be an interesting fall because you can't discredit everybody if there are more and more groups like us," said Zinke.
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