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Bin Laden son may have been killed in U.S. airstrike

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18 more siblings and 1 father to go. And a load of his brainwashed drones to boot. Keep up the good work NATO. UN won't help you. They have proven useless too many times.

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What a pity... :-)

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Not bad, in office less than one year and he gets a Bin Laden.....Maybe this President can get the job done and make the other Bin Laden nice and cold, or in pieces...

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Yeah Joe good thing he didn't sh*tcan another of Bush's policies. Glad your wonderboy is coming round.

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If Bin Laden is still alive, this will be sure to annoy him. Expect some fireworks, or, nothing.

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JoeBigs - "he ( Obama ) gets a Bin Laden"

Could you wait until they're sure? They're not sure yet.

BTW - What do you think of bushlover's 11:13 AM post?

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Other than being related to his father, was he involved in al-Qaida? I know it's likely he might have been, but these comments are rather cold.

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bushlover said:

Yeah Joe good thing he didn't sh*tcan another of Bush's policies.

What Bush policy would that be?

"I don't know where bin Laden is. I have no idea and really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority."

G.W. Bush, 3/13/02

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"I am truly not that concerned about him."

G.W. Bush, responding to a question about bin Laden's whereabouts, 3/13/02 (The New American, 4/8/02)

So now just who was it that "sh*tcan"ed (bushlover's chosen word not mine) the "Wanted: Dead or Alive" policy.

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Nevermind, just read up on him a little online. Still though, the comments kinda get to me.

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Obama gets to conduct his military affairs without any media scandals being invented at every turn. If Bush had taken out his son they would have spun it in to another contraversy.

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hworta269 said:

Obama gets to conduct his military affairs without any media scandals being invented at every turn. If Bush had taken out his son they would have spun it in to another contraversy [controversy].

Your comment sounds like spin to me.

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hworta is right about the never happy crowd. GoodDonkey Bush didn't sh*tcan it. He played it down not to let him know he's still being hunted. It's called disinformation. Man do we have to explain exerything to you? You guys are never happy.

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hworta269 at 01:03 AM JST - 25th July Obama gets to conduct his military affairs without any media scandals being invented at every turn. If Bush had taken out his son they would have spun it in to another contraversy.

If Bush would have taken out any of the Bin Laden clan that would have been great. But he decided not to think about Bin Laden and only worry about Iraqi oil.

What's more important, repay your friends for there help or hunt down the man responsible for the greatest attack again our great nation?

It appears that Bush wanted to help his oil friends rather than do his job......

Operation Iraqi Liberation was all that was on Bush's mind....

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"If Bush would have taken out any of the Bin Laden clan that would have been great"

Agreed. But he did take out a lot of the al-Qaida leadership, the awful Taliban, and that awful dictatorship in Iraq.

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Sarge at 11:34 AM JST - 25th July "If Bush would have taken out any of the Bin Laden clan that would have been great" Agreed. But he did take out a lot of the al-Qaida leadership, the awful Taliban, and that awful dictatorship in Iraq.

Sarge you are correct, but he missed out and did not get the job done like he promised. After 5 years of hunting he decided to say that he really did not think about Bin Laden. He broke his promise......

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