My friend at Off the Kuff pointed out this burning irony last night.
May 1, 2003: President George W. Bush landed in a jet on the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln off the California coast and, in a speech to the nation, declared major combat in Iraq over.
May 1, 2011: President Obama announces that bin Laden is dead.
That’s all I have to say about the matter.
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I'm not following. Do you thing UBL was killed earlier? Do you think USL's status as living or dead didn't affect the war?
You know my political views outside of environmental issues. That being said, you'll like this:
@Anonymous 8:27AM: It's a May Day irony. We were told it was "over" 8 years ago. GWB was off by a few years…deadly years as it turns out.
I'm making note of the dates is all. You're reading way too much in there.