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John Mahoney's Free-fire Zone
John Mahoney
John Mahoney
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is editor of the Log Cabin Chronicles.

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Posted 03.06.08
Cobden, Ontario

JOHN MAHONEY

Blowjob Bill, Mission-accomplished George, and their miserable, embarrassing, continuing failures

Oh, that's so harsh, Johnny boy. Whatever are you saying?

Keep the following in mind:

  • William Jefferson Clinton was 42nd President of the US, 1993-2001.
  • George Walker Bush is 43rd President of the US, 2001-present. His second term will expire January 20, 2009.
Dr. Radovan Karadzic has been on the run for thirteen years for war crimes - including genocide -- committed during 1992-95 in Bosnia.

Ratko Mladic, his Chief of Staff of the Army of the Republika Srpska (VRS) (the Bosnian Serb Army), has been on the run for thirteen years for war crimes - including genocide -- committed during 1992-95 in Bosnia.

The US has posted a $5 million reward for information leading to their capture and arrest. The reward remains unclaimed.

Their freedom began on Clinton's watch and continues today on Bush's watch.

Osama bin Laden has been wanted by the US since 1998 for US embassy bombings in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya, and is on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.

This started on Clinton's watch. It continues today under Bush's watch.

Bin Laden is also wanted to account for his alleged role in 9/11.

There is a $50 million reward for his hide. The reward remains unclaimed.

Mullah Omar, Afghani Taliban leader, is wanted by the US for harboring Osama and his al-Qaeda terrorists.

Reward offered: $10 million. Claims to date: Nada.

Radovan Karadzic. Ratko Mladic. Mullah Omar. Osama bin Laden. Four bad guys still on the loose.

The US ended Word War II in three and half years. The US put a man on the moon. The US is THE world's superpower.

But it cannot find two Serbian killers in a tiny part of the Balkans, and it cannot find two Islamic killers in another tiny part of the world.

What is wrong with this story? Does anyone care?

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