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"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free....... ~Ronald Reagan~

Monday, February 20, 2006

bin Laden Speaks.....Who Cares?

Usama bin Laden promised never to be captured alive and declared the U.S. had resorted to the same "repressive" tactics used by Saddam Hussein, xxx "I have sworn to only live free. Even if I find bitter the taste of death, I don't want to die humiliated or deceived," bin Laden said. xxx "The jihad is continuing with strength, for Allah be all the credit, despite all the barbarity, the repressive steps taken by the American Army and its agents, to the extent that there is no longer any mentionable difference between this criminality and the criminality of Saddam," Bin Laden continued.

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OK, bin Laden talks about the "bitter" taste of death. What happened to all those virgins he promises the suicide bombers? Doesn't Bin Laden get virgins?
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Death with humiliation? bin Laden is on the run so the U.S. military is certainly going to humilate him until his death. So much for that wish. Bin Laden suggests Saddam Hussien is a criminal? What? No mirrors in your cave?
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The Associated Press suggests with the implied criticism of Saddam, bin Laden appeared to be denying assertions by the Bush administration that the former Iraqi leader had ties to Al Qaeda — ties that were given as one rationale for invading Iraq.
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This is the main stream media with one more lame drum beat against the war in Iraq and the Bush Administration. They can't report the story, they find it necessary to fill in the "blanks."

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