Skip to comments.Does Omar Bin Ladenís Tell-All Reveal the Contents of Sandy Bergerís Pants?
Posted on 10/15/2009 1:39:07 PM PDT by gaijin
In its pages, Omar (and his mother) reveal that the Clinton administration failed in a major assassination attempt of Osama bin Laden, just days after the 1998 East Africa embassy bombings. This is something that has often been speculated but never confirmed. Former insiders like Richard Clarke say Omar bin Ladens account of the assassination failure appears to be credible. And if this is the case, it might explain a little more about what documents Sandy Berger really had stashed away.
You may want to double check your title.
Obama Osama, whatever.
Israel can’t tell the difference.
“Does Omar Bin Ladens Tell-All Reveal the Contents of Sandy Bergers Pants?”
You may want to double check your title.
Fer sher, dood, fer sher
Good lord, I can’t believe I did that...!! :(
Thank you...mod please note...?
OK I just reported abuse, to let the mod know.
Are you channeling the late Ted Kennedy?
.."you think the black helicopters are heading to gaijin's house?"
I like the title! Gave me my first laugh of the day! Makes perfect sense to me. I’ll bet Hillary wishes they’d scored him back then! She’d be the Prez!
Looks OK to me....
Ted Kennedy Barack Obama Bin Laden
“You may want to double check your title.”
That's for real.
THANKS MOD..! I can’t believe I did that...!!
KENNEDY: "Why don't we just ask Osama bin -- Osama Obama -- Obama what -- since he won by such a big amount. Seriously, Senator Obama is really unique and special."
“The Party In My Pants: My Life”
by Sandra Murgatroyd Berger
that the bush administration let Berger skate was abominable. Just another example of those that view themselves as our rulers giving a pass to a fellow insider rather than let Americans learn the truth.
Barney is jealous!
They should ask Michael Moore —”Omar Bin Laden says Clinton bungled a hit against OSama; what are the chances this enraged him, provoking him to attack the USA...?”
I don’t blame Clinton for trying —I think it’s great.
But this is a fair turn-around question.
So we have to read an entire column reviewing the Sandy Burgler case and get a single paragraph on what he might have been hiding?
No we don’t, and you don’t either —that’s why I chose to post that one paragraph; to save you time.
For YEARS this was an item of very deep speculation, and the implications of the content of those docs is pretty far-reaching.
Right, you did us right, but I foolishly thought their might be more there.
In its pages, Omar (and his mother) reveal that the Clinton administration failed in a major assassination attempt of Osama bin Laden, just days after the 1998 East Africa embassy bombings. This is something that has often been speculated but never confirmed. Former insiders like Richard Clarke say Omar bin Laden's account of the assassination failure appears to be credible. And if this is the case, it might explain a little more about what documents Sandy Berger really had stashed away.
Deb wrote: “Media Rosebud, Richard Clarke, also said in front of the 9/11 Committee that the Clinton administration bombed the “aspirin factory” in Sudan hoping to kill al Qaeda’s chief bomb-maker, BUT HE WAS IN IRAQ MEETING WITH SADDAM HUSSEIN!”
..... But, but, but, but this cannot possibly be! We’ve been assured repeatedly that there was absolutely no connection beetween Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda. Obviously, Richard Clarke’s brain somehow must have been under the control of Don Rumsfeld when he was testifying.
That’s the only possible explanation.
Osama & Obama : both wage war on America but only one was given a Nobel Prize for doing it.
Putting together information to document the truth — and slam the “Truthers” (Re-Victimizers):
See all the confessions by Al Qaeda on the frnot page
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