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By heterochromatic, May 5, 2012 at 7:32 pm Link to this comment
Don—- i’m sorry that you’re disappointed that Al Qaeda has been hunted down
and reduced so greatly in effectiveness and popularity that it can not launch major
operations against Americans to avenge our killing of bin Laden.
Take heart, though Don, AQ is still doing OK in Yemen and those camps they had
in Afghanistan trained a whole lot of people who are still at large all over the
By Galen, May 5, 2012 at 12:31 pm Link to this comment
Yeah the scale in this is totally parallel to reality. Al Qaida is bigger and scarier than the US federal government. Not.
By DonFromFairfax, May 4, 2012 at 10:35 pm Link to this comment
This political cartoon is crap, if the details I read in the news are true: there are fewer than 200 members of Al-Qaeda left today. It is certainly NOT a ferocious dragon pissed off at the lopping-off of it’s leader/tail. An actual ferocious and pissed-off dragon would have struck back after it’s tail/leader was lopped off. Al-Qaeda has done nothing in the year since Bin Laden was killed.
By heterochromatic, May 4, 2012 at 12:02 am Link to this comment
The US made a commitment to to end bin Laden and al Qaeda and bin Laden got
bagged and al Qaeda is degraded