From, of all places, Faux News. Who doesn't
know this, given Bush himself said he wasn't that concerned with Bin Laden.
KABUL, Afghanistan -- The U.S. military is doing all it can in Afghanistan to locate Usama bin Laden but cannot say when he will be captured, a spokesman said Monday.
Col. James Yonts (search) also said the United States was cooperating with neighboring countries such as Pakistan in the hunt for the Al Qaeda leader.
"When will he be captured? ... I can't give you a date, but I can tell you this: Everyone remembers 9/11," Yonts told reporters in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
Bin Laden has long been suspected to be hiding in remote mountains between Afghanistan and Pakistan, but no hard evidence has emerged on his exact whereabouts.
Aside from those 4 paragraphs, there's really no other mention of Osama, the efforts to find him, or any leads or possibilities of finding him contained in the remaining 14 or so paragraphs.
Oh yeah, it's been what, 1500 days Osama has been on the run?