Saturday, September 16, 2006

Conservative Fred Barnes writes, "the Bush administration hasn't made the capture of Osama bin Laden a paramount goal of the war on terror. Emphasis on bin Laden doesn't fit with the administration's strategy for combating terrorism....Rather, Bush says there's a better way to stay on offense against terrorists. 'The way you win the war on terror,' Bush said, 'is to find people [who are terrorists] and get them to give you information about what their buddies are fixing to do.'"

Uh, Freddie and Mr. Prez, don't you think what the terrorists are "fixing to do" most likely originates from bin Laden, their leader? Making that bold assumption, then isn't it kind of important to make capturing bin Laden "a paramount goal"?

These guys fail when it comes to comprehending base Logic 101.

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