Saturday, September 11, 2004

Time for a Change

What Bush says:

"The United States is determined to stay on the offensive and to pursue the terrorists wherever they train or sleep or attempt to set down roots," Mr Bush said in a live radio address.

What His General says:

U.S. general says bin Laden, al-Zawahri still directing attacks
BAGRAM, Afghanistan (AP)
The trail has gone cold in the hunt for suspected Sept. 11 mastermind Osama bin Laden three years after the audacious attacks, but the al-Qaeda chief and his No. 2 are still orchestrating strikes like the recent suicide car bombing of a U.S. security firm in Kabul, a top American commander said Saturday.
Maj. Gen. Eric Olson told The Associated Press the military had not intercepted any radio traffic or instructions from either bin Laden or his deputy, Ayman al-Zawahri. But he said the involvement of well-trained foreign fighters in attacks near the Pakistani border convinced him that the fugitive leaders were pulling the strings. ......

Come November, It's time for a Change

After three years, Osama bin Laden and his deputy, Ayman al-Zawahri are carrying on business as usual. The situations in Iraq and Afghanistan are deteriorating. It's obvious that Bush and his Neo-Con's have failed. They have no idea how to solve the problems that confront the United States. All they've got is bluster and lies!

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