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Chiwas
04-18-2004, 08:44 PM
Condoleezza promises that the United States will assassinate Osama
18-Abr-04 (16:37)

" We will win in Afghanistan, we will kill Bin laden, and we will return to our defensive position '', emphasized.

The adviser of National Security, was interviewed by CBS. (Photo: AP)
WASHINGTON. - - The advisor of National Security of the American government, Condoleezza Rice, assured Sunday which "we will kill" to Osama bin Laden, leader of the terrorist network Al-Qaeda, person in charge of the attacks of the 11 of September of 2001, that left about 3 thousand dead ones in the United States.

The adviser of National Security, was interviewed by television transmitter CBS in Washington, this Sunday. The United States fears that terrorist attacks happen before the presidential elections of November, said Curls. The advisor for the National Security of the estadunidense [American] government, Condoleezza Rice, recognized east Sunday that president George W. Bush asked in November of 2001 the military what "options" he had with respect to Iraq. "the president apparently spoke with (the Secretary of Defense, Donald) Rumsfeld, and he said ' I need to know to him which could be my options with respect to Iraq '", it indicated Curls to the chain Fox News.

"Today we have a debate. There are some who think that the answer to the 11 of September, to that committed act military in against ours, to that tried to behead that day to us and to neutralize our financial system, must be a limited war ", said Curls to the Fox chain. But "we will win in Afghanistan, we will kill Bin laden, and we will return to our defensive position", emphasized. The head of the terrorist network Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, comprises of the 100 more influential people of the world in 2004, according to the edition of the American magazine Time that will appear Monday tomorrow. In that list of one hundred people who "give form to our world", one includes the American president, George W. Bush, to the Chinese president, Hu Jintao, to the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, and even to great ayatolá Iraqian Ali Sistani. MILENIO/Agencias

Article, in Spanish. (http://www.milenio.com/nota.asp?id=132272)

dude1394
04-18-2004, 08:50 PM
You go girl!!! Kerry is still talking law-enforcement crude.

Chiwas
04-18-2004, 08:53 PM
It requires a password to access, but here is a pic of the original article.

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dude1394
04-18-2004, 09:28 PM
From Fox News sunday today.

Condi (http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,117427,00.html)

WALLACE: Do you think that this president, this campaign, is attacking John Kerry's patriotism?

RICE: I don't think anyone is attacking anyone's patriotism. Let's talk about the ideas. Let's talk about how one intends to lead in a period of time in which the United States has taken a tremendous blow after September 11th and is now poised for war.

Let's talk about you know, at the 9/11 hearings, very interesting, a lot of talk about what we should have done earlier in Afghanistan. A pretty good argument, actually, for not allowing gathering threats and dealing with threats when they emerge. And that's what this president has said. He's said that 9/11 has taught us to deal with threats differently.

Now, we are having a debate. Some people think that the response to 9/11, to that act of war that was committed against us, to the people who tried to decapitate us on that day and shut down our financial system, that the response to that ought to be limited war. We'll win in Afghanistan, we'll kill bin Laden, and we'll return to defensive position.

This president believes that it's a broad war, that you not only have to deal with Afghanistan, but you've got to deal with the circumstances in the Middle East that have created Al Qaida, created the ideologies of hatred that are driving them, that you've got to have peaceful and stable Iraq as a lynchpin of a different kind of Middle East.

That's the debate we ought to be having, not about somebody's patriotism.

madape
04-19-2004, 09:19 AM
Europe is OK with this, but pretends to be outraged when Israel assasinates the terrorists threatening it's country. I can't explain the double standard. I can only wonder if a little bit of anti-semitism remained in Western Europe after WWII.