quasi in rem

Friday, October 29, 2004

So if Micehal Moore tells a lie...

And then Osama Bin Laden believes it, and then tells that lie back to the American people, does that make the initial lie more or less true?

In other words, if Osama Bin laden repeats what you say as a his reasons for attacking the United States, does that make you Osama's accomplice, even if what you said was false?

I don't know the answer to that question but for your edification, here is OBL, apparently just minutes after seeing Farnheit 9/11 (he loved it by the way, thought it was better than "Cats" he is going to see it again and again):

"We didn't find difficulty dealing with Bush and his administration due to the similarity of his regime and the regims in our countries. Whish half of them are ruled by military and the other half by sons of kings and presidents and our experience with them is long. Both parties are arrogant and stubborn and the greediness and taking money without right and that similarity appeared during the visits of Bush to the region while people from our side were impressed by the US and hoped that these visits would influence our countries. Here he is being influenced by these regimes, Royal and military. And was feeling jealous they were staying for decades in power stealing the nations finances without anybody overseeing them. So he transferred the oppression of freedom and tyranny to his son and they call it th e Patriot Law to fight terrorism. He was bright in putting his sons as governors in states and he didn't forget to transfer his experience from the rulers of our region to Florida to falsify elections to benefit from it in critical times. "


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