(Editor’s Note: Unless something very truthful comes out in the coming weeks, this will be the last post about Bin Laden because we definitely have more important issues like the theft of the average Americans’ cash to Ben Bernanke’s inflation to worry about…)
I guess I’m a bit late to the party because I have not posted every single twist and turn of the ‘story’ that the White House has been trying to sell the American public about the ‘death’ of Usama Bin Laden. My readers know that I believe he has been dead for years and it has been in our government’s best interest to keep their enemy alive and well so as to further the destruction of liberty in our nation. I have one reader that believes that if he had actually been alive, there would have been more drastic attacks on America since 9.11. That theory holds water. I also believe that al Qaeda chose to go along with the story because it kept their operation alive since the organization might have disbanded due to demoralization if it was known Bin Laden was killed almost immediately after 9.11. That’s just my opinion though and not exactly what I wanted to talk about tonight.
This is a story about probabilities.