At today's press blowjob - I mean conference - the Dubster was asked yet again about the search for Osama. He gave his tired line about how he's hiding in a remote blah blah blah and that we are searching for him. As you can imagine, I'm skeptical.
If, in fact, we have his whereabouts pinned to a region in Pakistan, do they expect me to believe that with all our suveillance capabilities and technological superiority we still cannot find this guy after six years? It seems hard to believe.
I know all about the fact that the Pakistani government is reluctant to stick it's neck out in the volatile region in which he's supposed to be hiding and help us. But if that's the case - if we know he's in Pakistan - then would the logic that Dubya used for Iraq apply to Pakistan? Is Osama more or less evil that Saddam? We invaded a sovereign nation to take him out. Why not here? Because Pakistan has nukes? I'm way oversimplifying the situation, but I just can't accept that we can't find him despite all our "searching".
I'm starting to believe that Osama is just some sort of CGI concoction perpetrated by William Kristol and Richard Perle.