Tuesday, June 21, 2005

The fairly new head of the CIA, Porter Goss, is interviewed in Time this week. When asked if he knew where Osama bin Laden was, he replied, "I have an excellent idea of where he is. What's the next question?" Hmm, that sounded very definitive.

So then why not go get him? His response, "you're dealing with a problem of our sense of international obligation, fair play. We have to find a way to work in a conventional world in unconventional ways that are acceptable to the international community."

What? You've got to be &*%$# kidding me!! Fair play??? If memory serves, we didn't need, ask for, or respect such international cooperation, agreement, or consideration when it came to invading Iraq. But for some odd reason, they now need it to capture the main figure responsible for 9-11 (vs. Iraq which had nothing to do with 9-11).

Can it get any more insane with these guys?

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