CNN is reporting that Bush kind of had an oppurtunity to take out Bin Laden before the terrorist attacks, but it got caught up in what I'd describe as red tape. Interesting, but not too important in the long run. However, would killing Bin Laden have violated the ban on assasinating world leaders? While I think not, I guess somebody else could see it some other way. Also, if it would violate the ban, when did Bush overturn it? I feel like it was after the attacks, but can't quite remember.
Well remember Bin Laden isnt a leader of a nation. hes a wanted international criminal. So killing him isnt any big deal.
I look at this the same way I did the Clinton. Its hard to for any president to kill any one man. All the red tape to clear is hard enough, let alone confirming intel and actually getting assets in place to do any killing of anybody.
"Each president gets three secret murders. You have to use them before your term is up, or they're gone forever." Oh, the wacky Carney.
Over 1450 posts and still never a Wiener of the Day!
Oliva: You are the weakest link! Goodbye!
Stewie: Ahahaha. Oh God, that's funny. That's really funny. You write your own material? Do you? Because that is so fresh. 'You are the weakest link. Goodbye!' You know I've never heard anyone make that joke before. You're the first. I've never heard anyone reference that outside program before. Because that's what she says on the show, right? Hmmm? 'You are the weakest link. Goodbye!' And ye...ye..yet you've taken it and....and used it out of context to insult me in this everyday situation. What a clever, smart girl you must be. To come up with a joke like that all by yourself. Mmmmm...that's so fresh too. Any Titanic jokes you want to throw at me as long as we're hitting these phenomena at the height of their popularity. Mmmm? Cuz i'm here God you're so funny!
Funny, this thread just popped into my head... Bill O'Reilly on the 3/18/03 edition of Good Morning America: Bill O'Reilly on the 4/22/03 edition of The O'Reilly Factor, interviewing retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis: