"Osama Bin Laden"? I'm not falling for it.

Okay, I'll admit, I fell for it.

For awhile.

But I'm not falling for it any more. For really, really clueless people (like me) they finally spelled it out in the recent statement from "Osama Bin Laden" (wink, wink).

Maybe it was coincidence that the first thirty-three videotaped messages from "Osama Bin Laden" sounded a lot like the democrat whine dujour (if you vote for Bush you'll be sorry). But the democrats screwed up in this last one when they read directly from their daily talking points about "repeated deceptions of your president Bush."


Couple that with the democrats' obscene obsession with opinion polls that they included in there and then stick in Dick Turbin's and Congressman Murtah's line about "withdrawing the troops from Iraq."


Finally, to quell any lingering doubt that could possibly have remained, they threw in a silly meaningless phrase like those we've come to expect from the democrats (we need words not weapons): "Iron is only blunted with iron." Whoa, that's deep . . . if you're an imbecile.

I know, I know, I should have clued in ages ago. When Ted Kennedy slipped up and called the senator from Illinois "Osama Bin Laden," I should have figured it out. But I thought was everyone else thought--that it was just his whiskey-sodden brain performing as expected.

How silly we all were for thinking that some crazy a-rab was hiding out in caves planning for the downfall of America. What do we need crazy a-rabs for when we've got the democrat party?

Anyone who thinks "Osama Bin Laden" is anything but a code word for "Sanctioned Democrat thought" just hasn't been paying attention.