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Bush: Truly not concerned about bin Laden (short version) - YouTube
Remember, this is just SIX MONTHS after 9/11. In response to a reporters question, President Bush tells the world that he is "truly not that concerned" with catching the man who murdered 3,000 Americans just six months and two days earlier because "we've marginalized him.
Bush Quotes about Bin Laden - BuzzFlash Reader Commentary
FLASHBACK: Bush On Bin Laden: 'I Really Just Don't Spend That Much Time On Him' | ThinkProgress
. In 2006, conservative Weekly Standard editor Fred Barnes told Hannityís Fox News that in a recent meeting with Bush, the president had told him ďbin Laden doesnít fit with the administrationís strategy for combating terrorism.Ē Barnes said Bush told him that capturing bin Laden is ďnot a top priority use of American resources.Ē
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Do you know why Bush said all of that. Because the Bush's and Bin Laden's have been business partners for a long time. If Bush had really tried to get him (remember the wanted dead or alive poster) it would have upset the Bush's money train.
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When you know that nobody is looking for you it's fine to come and go as you please.
When you know you're being hunted down like a dog you go to ground in the safest place you can find.
Fortunately, President Obama had the balls to set the precedent that America's enemies aren't safe anywhere in the world.
If president Bush had still been in office when we'd found the douchebag, and assuming he had the balls to go after him (he did give A.Q. Kahn a free pass, after all) the SEALs probably would have had ISI agents on a ride-along, the same way the CIA did when they were operating along the border region (which is the only place Musharraf allowed them to go).
You know that the strategy that ultimately became known as "The Surge" in Iraq was in planning for two years?You know like he did when he could not figure out what to do in Afghanistan, should I add troops, should I not.......
Should I, should I not, should I, should I not..............
I ♣ Ideologues!
Keeping Osama alive was the least he could do for the people who funded his "career" in the oil business, a career that never made a cent back for any of the investors.
That's why one of the first things Bush did after taking office, was pull the FBI off of tracing Al Qaeda funds....
I see loyalty as an admirable trait, usually.....