A Mind That Suits What doesn't kill me, makes me laugh... usually.

Sunday, March 14, 2004 :::
Reviewing today's blog reveals that it had some good things, but the last two paragraphs were best. Here they are, and then scroll down past the one on p*dp!rn and you can find the whole things.

Recent commentary on al-Qaeda has concentrated on the supposed disarray of the central command structure, led by bin-Laden, an Egyptian named al-Zawahiri, and a few others. There was concern about all those well trained followers, but the shattering of the command structure was considered a major deal. So much information flies past that it all becomes a blur, but this writer is fairly certain that within the last few days he saw someone comment on how the lack of a central command meant that al-Qaeda could not carry out a large attack. One now has to go back and ask how so many commentators seem to "know" that bin-Laden and al-Zawahiri are bogged down somewhere.

Consider that 9/11 was carried out by 19 Saudi citizens. 3/11 was carried out by only 5 people, apparently, and they were from Morocco and India. Now think again about the phrase "an end to evil," and see why this writer would wish that conservatives would go back to being conservative.

::: posted by A Mind That Suits at 6:14 PM



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