Time magazine has a cover ready to go declaring, “Osama bin Laden, Captured.” Four years ago, everybody expected a capture at any time. Now, nobody seems to feel much urgency about the need to see bin Laden on a perp walk or in a body bag, least of all President Bush. There has been incremental and lasting success in Afghanistan and the war on terrorism generally, including hundreds of arrests, but why have we so lowered our expectations for the capture of the mastermind behind Sept. 11? Politics aside, where is the outrage?
Posted by Rhonda Holman
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