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  •  please consider (none)
    leading the charge on this one.

    A daily diary, title "DAY 1197" (and DAY 1198 and so on...).

    Include any and all relevant news and analysis of Osama's whereabouts, his impact on world affairs, economy, personal lives, etc...

    Can be very short some days, longer others.

    You could also, every once in a while, remind us of Bush, Cheney, Rummy, Powell, Condi, Ridgey, Rudy, etc... as they promised to hunt OBL down and smoke him out.

    "Be the change you want to see". I'd love to see you do this - we all need you to lead the way. Thank you!

    Jeremy Kalin for MN House
    A Strong Voice for a Better Minnesota

    by JK Minnesota on Tue Dec 21, 2004 at 11:52:22 AM PST

    •  Ahh, a scream ... creating work for myself ... (none)
      Thank you for the comment ... will try to adopt this as an (occasional) task to do.  

      This was, as with several other diaries, adapted from an OPED that never saw the light of day during the election ... Was trying to resurrect it for interest to others ...

      By the way, to be truly 'not too proud to ...' -- no recommend?

      20 December 2004, Day 1197 and Osama is still wanted dead or alive ...

      by besieged by bush on Tue Dec 21, 2004 at 12:18:56 PM PST

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      •  sorry for the oversight! (none)
        i rarely recomend. but this is worth it.

        I really do encourage you to add this short task to your coffee routine in the morn. C'mon, you can wake up at 4:30 am to keep the dKos community informed and help change the world!

        Yeeha and happy Monday.

        Jeremy Kalin for MN House
        A Strong Voice for a Better Minnesota

        by JK Minnesota on Tue Dec 21, 2004 at 12:30:43 PM PST

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      •  Iraqi distraction = WoT is OBL Dead or Alive (none)
        War on Terror apparently ended in Afghanistan during Tora Bora campaign.

        Excellent, keep this topic up!
        It is Osama Bin Laden who must be killed, the sooner the better.
        His star is still shining in the Islamic world.

        Same must be said of Mullah Omar, the Taliban and Ayman al-Zawahiri, the Egyptian of Islamic Brotherhood. Need we make a deck of cards of terrorists after 9/11 who are still not caught! There have been a wide range of bombings around the world. From Spain, Marocco, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines.

        The world community cannot be safe with these terrorist still able to plan and play out terror.

        The horror of war does not end when peace has been achieved

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