The strikes on three homes in the remote village [in Pakistan] resulted in  deaths.. What this strike has achieved is the further alienation of Pakistan, and provided further proof of the Bush administration's utter ineptitude. It's a reminder that the disastrous Iraq debacle diverted resources from the critical effort to contain al-Qaeda and calls into question exactly what it is that our intelligence agencies are doing.
Perhaps if more of the efforts of the intelligence community were directed toward the real war on terror rather than spying on American citizens, we'd have already gotten al-Qaeda's leadership. And that would have made us safer.
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