Sunday, April 23, 2006

Britney or Bin Laden?

WASHINGTON - A top US official cautioned that a new video taped warning by Osama bin Laden should not be taken lightly as the tape's emergence served as a vexing reminder of the US failure to track down the terror mastermind.

"The tape reminds us that four years after 9/11, Osama bin Laden is still at large, the subject of the largest manhunt in history, and we haven't been able to find him," said Harman, speaking on the Fox News Sunday television program.

I am a native New Yorker, born here in this great city on September 11th, 1970. There are several things I find absolutely amazing, and at the same time I think they are disgraceful.

1) I find it amazing that Fox News channel would allow a statement like Harman's to be made on their “fair and balanced” network. That pathetic news network is so full of crap. I am surprised they would let any semblance of truth leak out to the public.

2) I find it disgraceful that this country has spent close to a trillion dollars on our “War on Terror”, and Osama Bin Laden is still free. In fact, Ayman al-Zawahiri and Mullah Omar (Taliban Leader) also remain free. We managed to kill Omar’s innocent wife and child with a cruise missile, but we never got close to him. The man lived in a mud hut and has one good eye. Their freedom begs us to ask ourselves a few very important questions:

-Did George W. Bush ever really want to catch or kill these men?

-Was it really George W. Bush's priority to avenge the 3000+ deaths that occurred on 9/11/2001? (A date that he wraps around himself like a warm blanket)

-Are these men more valuable to George W. Bush dead or alive?

I am not a big fan of pop music at all. However, I for one would like to see more videos released this coming year by Britney Spears than the "wanted" leader of Al Qaeda. Do you think you can handle that George?


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12:52 AM  
Blogger Shadowspun said...

As long as Bin Ladin and his cronies are still at large, Bush & Co. can continue to funnel tax dollars into their favorite industries - defense and oil. I'm still trying to figure out if he realizes what a fool he looks like thanks to the fact that the terrorist leader in charge of the attacks on September 11th is still at large. I guess he's thinking, at least he succeeded (somewhat) in cleaning up his father's mess.

This is going to be never-ending and I just hope the troops don't get burned like the Vietnam vets did.

5:43 PM  

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