Jose Rodriguez, who oversaw the CIA's enhanced interrogation program, says it led the U.S. to bin Laden.
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If the interrogations were successful for all the 7 years that it was allow by Bush and Chaney, how come it only took Obama 2 year to get Bin Laden him with out it?
why is this how? question being asked.I think that this is just another attempt to discredit President Obama's decision to go after Osama bin Laden.Stop the madness,this president deserves credit for his decision,and the navy seals deserve credit for carring out the mission.Just like JFK and the cuban missile crisis,he had a tough decision as President that could have sent us into world war three,but he was right,and thus history showa that though service men were to carry out the mission the tough call is the Presidents.President Obama said he would get bin laden even if he had to go into pakistan when he was a candidate,and all the critics said it showed his lack of experience,but look at him now,he did what he said and thank God,I don't know about anyone else but when 911 happened it was one of the most scary times of our lives,and to watch the video of bin laden sitting around laughing when thousands of americans lost their lives in a matter of a few minutes,was crushing,President Obama brought some justice for all of us and we appreciate and love him for it.Stop trying to give credit to everybody but him,you all should be ashamed,we still hurt behind 911,but at least we know that the S>O>B who did it is gone,and many of the other terrorist are dead thanks to President Obama.Give him his due.He has helped this nation gain back her strength and resolve.It is what it is that's how we got bin laden.
"You didn`t need to find him, as he was always there. Every action creates a reaction, so I say again `What happens if India (one part of the north-eastern) pick a fight with that border`region. with China.
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