So, for those of you that aren't aware of Mike Huckabee's educational series of history videos for kids, he has a company called Learn Our History that's been churning shoddily-animated history lessons since May. While the production values might be sub-Veggie Tales, the concept is high grade: a young, possibly Hispanic boy has created a time machine, allowing the students of TimeCycle Academy (almost certainly not an accredited institution) to zoom around throughout time and view different, conservatively-slanted moments in U.S. history. The most recent one? September 11, 2001.
As you can see (and hear, judging from the stock "vaguely menacing Middle Eastern vocals" that kick in at :27), America was attacked by terrorists on September 11, 2001.
Then, Black General With Southern White Man's Voice finishes briefing President Bush on "the plan to bring down the Taliban and al-Qaeda," at which point the video cuts to Osama bin Laden's FBI poster suddenly reading "deceased," which would be fine, I suppose, if the video made any mention of President Obama being the guy responsible for that, instead of cutting to a Bush speech made from Ground Zero.
I mean, I don't exactly expect fair and balanced propaganda from Mike Huckabee, but bin Laden was killed a little over three months ago — isn't a little soon to be re-engineering history to make it seem like Bush was responsible?