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September 10, 2006

"There's nobody in the United States government whose job it is to find Osama bin Laden!"

All you need to know about the Bush administration:

Today, however, no one person is in charge of the overall hunt for bin Laden with the authority to direct covert CIA operations to collect intelligence and to dispatch JSOC units. Some counterterrorism officials find this absurd. "There's nobody in the United States government whose job it is to find Osama bin Laden!" one frustrated counterterrorism official shouted. "Nobody!"

The whole article is worth reading, from the Washington Post.

Posted by afinta at September 10, 2006 05:35 AM

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