What intrigues me is that we have killed or captured several thousands
of the reputed thousand members,
And, as you say, we have not captured bin Laden. At this point, if we
do capture him it will look like we just happened to stumble across him.
America is being laughed at in every corner of the World. bin Laden has
become an underdog and folks everywhere are pleased to see America
The damage we have done to our reputation is immense.
> rick.baird@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> I'm seeing lately. a lot of known big fish have been going belly up
>> lately, and it's the Iraqis themselves who are turning them in.
> Which brings to mind a question that I saw asked earlier, after Abd
> al-Hadi al-Iraqi was reported in custody (for months) -- "How many
> 'top aides' does Osama bin Laden have? It seems that every other
> week, another 'top aide' to bin Laden is captured. Apparently,
> there's little interest in capturing bin Laden himself. He's more
> valuable to the Bush regime as a hireling."
> Does the capturing of big fish/top aides at periodic intervals have
> much effect? Other than political effect, of course.
> Tom Liotta
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