HomeWar On TerrorIs Something Big Brewing? Is Something Big Brewing? Lorie Byrd September 5, 2006 War On Terror 5 Comments Reliapundit cites a few reasons he thinks we might be onto something big in that operation in Afghanistan. The Blog Of War Katie Couric -- Sorry, But It Is Barely Worth A Yawn Related Posts Condi Was Right Will Obama ignore the Al Qaeda-Iranian link? Terror Plot in Canada has Worldwide Connections About The Author Lorie Byrd 5 Comments Joe Yangtree September 5, 2006 Unreliapundit? Of all the insane all-caps stuff he’s ever posted, this is my favorite. If this guy says the sun is gonna come up tomorrow, it’s time to buy “end of the world” insurance. mantis September 5, 2006 Maybe this is what’s “brewing” Osama bin Laden, America’s most wanted man, will not face capture in Pakistan if he agrees to lead a “peaceful life,” Pakistani officials tell ABC News. The surprising announcement comes as Pakistani army officials announced they were pulling their troops out of the North Waziristan region as part of a “peace deal” with the Taliban. If he is in Pakistan, bin Laden “would not be taken into custody,” Major General Shaukat Sultan Khan told ABC News in a telephone interview, “as long as one is being like a peaceful citizen.” Ah, our fine allies in the war on terror, the Pakistanis. Sure, they may let the little fish like Bin Laden get away (if they’re peaceful), but they will help us with the big ones, like a bunch of British dopes who don’t even have passports with a half-baked plan to bring explosives in soda bottles onto planes. Dominick September 6, 2006 If there is a big fish at the end of this operation, how quickly will the nutcases on the Left start claiming that it’s all a conspiracy to help Republicans in November and that we’ve really had the guy in custody for months? Anybody want to give odds? I’d say it would be less than 24 hours before someone said “conspiracy” on this one. wavemaker September 7, 2006 Really Lori, I think you bring down the rep of this blog by linking to that nitwit. Joe Yangtree September 7, 2006 I couldn’t agree more, wavemaker. Surely, the only reason to read that guy’s blog is for laughs. Making a serious link to him is like quoting “The Weekly World News”.