ANSWERS: 6
  • George W. Bush is a failed oilman, he was always bailed out by his daddy's pals who obviously figured that, with his family connections, he might become useful -- In 1988, the same year his father becomes president, some Saudis buy a portion of his small company, 'Harken', which has never performed work outside of Texas. Later in the year, 'Harken' wins a contract in the Persian Gulf and starts doing well financially -- These transactions seem so suspicious that the Wall Street Journal in 1991 states it 'raises the question of . . . an effort to cozy up to a presidential son.' Two major investors in Bush’s company during this time are Salem Bin Laden and Khalid bin Mahfouz -- Salem bin Laden is Osama’s oldest brother; Khalid Bin Mahfouz is a Saudi banker, and Osama and Salem Bin Laden's brother-in-law. One of Mahfouz's jobs since the 1970's was to buy influence in the U.S.A. and other countries for the Bin Ladens -- Mahfouz supplied Bin Laden money to James Bath -- Bath invested it in companies such as 'Arbusto Oil' (aka Bush Exploration Oil Company) in Midland, Texas, owned by George W. Bush -- Mahfouz was a principal in BCCI. The 'Bank of Credit and Commerce International' (BCCI), was a dirty offshore bank (At its peak, it operated in 78 countries, had over 400 branches, and claimed assets of $25 billion) that then-president Ronald Reagan's 'Central Intelligence Agency' used to run guns to Saddam Hussein, finance Osama Bin Laden, move money in the illegal 'Iran-Contra' operation and carry out other 'agency' black ops -- Investigative reporter Christopher Bryon wrote: 'It laundered money on a global scale, intimidated witnesses and law officers, engaged in extortion and blackmail, it supplied the financing for illegal arms trafficking and global terrorism.' -- The Bushes also benefited privately; one of the bank's largest Saudi investors bailed out George W. Bush when his oil company failed. Osama Bin Laden, who allegedly planned and executed the attacks of September 11th, 2001, murdering over three thousand people, is still not even a target of the President of the United States George W. Bush.
  • He's still free because Pakistan won't let us into their country to pursue him. Not sure Bush could get the job done even if we were allowed anyway.
  • Is he still free or is he dead? The videos can easily be edited and retouched using old footage plus unreleased footage. And is Bush not telling us of his death because it keeps the motivation for his Wars?
  • It isn't in bushs' best interest to find osama. as long as osama is hidden the war can continue and spread. he is but a tool used, he is the face of terrorism. when osama is found then americans will feel as though they have finally completed their duty and this isn't what bush wants. he wants to continue destroying in order to hand out rebuilding contracts to his buddies and exploit the land till they are bleeding money out of their pores.
  • I believe Bin Laden is already dead, or incapacitated severely
  • why don't you do a poll with all the soldiers that were there and still are, looking for him...who would love nothing more than to AVENGE AMERICA.... 'woe is me'

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