Not very subtle: two 500lbs bombs dropped for one man resulting in deaths of innocent women and children, again. What a cost. Surely, one bullet would have done the trick.
Could this be a turning point? How will Historians see this in the future; the results on the battle fronts in Iraq and Afghanistan from now on? Admissions of the past mistakes that have been made, so far that – now – is a new start. Who knows whether the results of the foreign adventures in the East by our governments will be of any benefit for Human Rights or Global Security? From what Bush said at his press briefing (not my own personal ‘religious phobia’), "Sectarian religious fascism (fundamentalism) in the East is holding up progress on all fronts".
Tit For Tat Game Theory (the prisoners dilemma) is being played again, much more forcibly in the psychological and a military sense, and mostly due to the public dismay of the situation (at home) in the USA and Britain, with the effect on the leaders of a downturn in the poll ratings in their respective parties i.e. Republican – Rt Wing to Labour – Lt Wings of power.
George W Bush’s BBC interview.
"Teflon Man" Stunning! And, worth a lot of respect! (his viewpoint)