...the hard way? THE three widows of Osama bin Laden are turning on each other in custody, with two older Saudi women blaming a much younger Yemeni wife for leading American intelligence to their hideout. HotAir disagrees but this should be a warning to every guy out there.
Think again: In the wake of the US raid in Abbottabad that killed Osama bin Laden, China has “warned in unequivocal terms that any attack on Pakistan would be construed as an attack on China”, a media report claimed today. The warning was formally conveyed by the Chinese foreign minister at last week's China-US strategic … Continue reading For those of you who thought china is not an enemy
Question: What does the Set of Morning Joe have in common with the Bin Laden compound? Seriously how embarrassing is it to be the only American Bin Laden doesn't think is worth killing? US officials have revealed that Osama bin Laden’s diaries contain the rather startling conclusion that he didn’t think Vice President Joe Biden … Continue reading Answer: “They are both no hitting Biden zones”
...anyone could condone the killing on an unarmed man (Warning put down anything you are drinking before you read on): The adult sons of Osama bin Laden have lashed out at President Obama over their father’s death, accusing the United States of violating its basic legal principles by killing an unarmed man, shooting his family … Continue reading Bin Laden’s sons are shocked SHOCKED…
Common sense tells us that it would take a real effort to screw up the PR from as big a win as the Bin Laden raid... but as this link shows, they're putting in a solid effort. And people think they guys are a shoe in for re-election?
Ok It's been a few days lets look at the political implications of the Bin Laden Raid in terms of 2012. First of all let's repeat what I've already said. Remember Bush 1991? Remember 89%? It's a long way to November 2012 from here, just like the distance between Nov 2008 and Nov 2010 was … Continue reading The political fallout of the Bin Laden Raid
Today on Morning Joe they are talking about the changing narrative on the Bin Laden raid. We are hearing complaints concerning the Bin Laden unarmed etc. Two important points: #1 Bin Laden and Al Qaeda have never fought by the rules of war, they are not entitled to any of the protections of Geneva or … Continue reading This is war, We WANT to catch them by surprise
Here is an interesting quote from the Foreign Secretary of Pakistan and the search for Bin Laden: Mr Bashir said the search for bin Laden was 'a priority for everyone, including Pakistani intelligence'. He also claims they tipped up off on this joint in 2009. Yet the PM says this: Through the BBC, Prime Mister … Continue reading Pakistan intel insists it’s not smarter than a 5th grader
Israpundit had an interesting report on Sarah Palin in Denver concerning the use of force by the US: I believe our criteria before we send our young men and women, America’s finest, into harm’s way, I believe that our criteria should be spelled out clearly when it comes to the use of our military force. … Continue reading Sarah Palin in Denver, compare and contrast
On WCRN this morning the talk was the why's of the conspiracy theories and their success. A look at memeorandum shows that they are alive and well. You have the Alex Jones types on one side and the Cindy Sheehans on the other playing either the "Bin Laden was already dead" or the "You're a … Continue reading Crazy Uncles and the Propagandists at Think Progress
There are many significant reactions to the Bin Laden raid. There is the reaction of Hamas and some in Pakistan (the Taliban deny it btw update, not anymore) all of it is interesting, but I'd like to detail what I think the proper reaction to this should be both by our foes and among the … Continue reading The most significant part of the Bin Laden raid