So the supposed #2 al Queda dude in Irag has been arrested. And we get this:<br><br>[color:purple]"We believe that al-Qaida in Iraq suffers from a serious leadership crisis. Our troops have dealt fatal and painful blows to this organization," the security adviser said.</font color=purple><br><br>If nailing Bad Guy #1 (al-Zarqawi) didn't dent the violence, why should bagging #2 make any difference? How many versions of "Mission Accomplished" are we gonna have to hear? And this time it's coming from the Iraqi security chief! Democracy my ass. We're teaching them denial and BS.<br><br>
Obviously you don't subscribe to the Bill Handel theory of Al Qaida leadership. There is:<br>#1 - Osama bin Laden<br>#2 - all the rest of the AQ leadership<br><br><br>Thus they can keep declaring that they just caught the #2 until the cows come home. If it's not OBL then it's a #2!! <br><br><br>- This is gonna get pretty interesting. <br>- Define "interesting". <br>- Oh, God, oh, God, we're all gonna die..
_________________________ I used to think it was terrible that life was unfair. Then I thought what if life were fair and all of the terrible things that happen came because we really deserved them? Now I take comfort in the general unfairness and hostility of the universe.
We're sooo close. Victory in the war on terror will be achieved any day now.<br><br><blockquote><blockquote>Fragments of triumphant phrases pushed themselves through the din: 'Vast strategic manoeuvre -- perfect co-ordination -- utter rout -- half a million prisoners -- complete demoralization -- control of the whole of Africa -- bring the war within measurable distance of its end victory -- greatest victory in human history -- victory, victory, victory!'<br><br>-Orwell 1984<br><br></blockquote></blockquote><br><br>
Ah, yes, those ubiquitous #2s.<br><br>They almost outnumber this administration's ubiquitous claims of progress.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>[color:blue]. . . . like the devil in the deep blue sea.</font color=blue>
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
I can babble just like my boss....<br><br>[color:blue]"As 21st century Americans, we incubate impactful web-readiness, deliver dot-com experiences, and scale real-time metrics. In our efforts, we often benchmark next-generation initiatives, and strive to become facilitators of bleeding-edge schemas.<br>We find ourselves in efforts to cultivate world-class eyeballs in order to achieve whiteboard customized ROIs. It is often overlooked that we exploit web-enabled convergence and engage wireless deliverables and deploy transparent infomediaries, yet we also visualize holistic experiences and incubate user-centric content. To remain competitive, we must recontextualize strategic e-commerce and maximize clicks-and-mortar synergies. In our efforts, we must revolutionize scalable partnerships and architect revolutionary niches. We must morph cross-platform solutions and drive integrated technologies.<br>Only by empowering mission-critical synergies and reinventing holistic communities can we hope to engineer intuitive niches for the next generations.</font color=blue><br><br>[color:blue][/b]Been there. Done that.</font color=blue>[/b]
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