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how do we know that bin Laden isnt hiding somewhere in the USA?

isnt it possible that he can be hiding in the desert somewhere, or even a different country besides that of the middle east, such as cuba or mexico

Asked By: GANTZ - 9/7/2007
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Former President George H.W. Bush was criticized, ridiculed and humiliated for 'not finishing the job' and ousting Saddam Hussein before ending Desert Storm in the early 1990's... More
Answered By: -RKO- - 9/7/2007
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we don't.
Answered By: twinkletoes - 9/7/2007
 
I saw him!!!!! He just delivered my Chinese food!!
Answered By: IRSTAS - 9/7/2007
 
your right...we don't
Answered By: Joycee - 9/7/2007
 
come to think of it, my cab driver did look a lot like him today... the us would not be a sanctuary for him despite our pathetic attempts at controlling illegal immigration
Answered By: ROY (Orbison) RULES!!! - 9/7/2007
 
I have a feeling he's in Minnesota
Answered By: browneyedgirl - 9/7/2007
 
I have said all along that he has shaved that beard off, wears a business suit in public and passes him self off as just another citizen in the USA
Answered By: Big Daddy - 9/7/2007
 
We don't. He could be anywhere.... but I bet you our government knows where he is!
Answered By: Sophia - 9/7/2007
 
He's hinding in Springield, Mo. with the rest of the American Taliban.
Answered By: joe s - 9/7/2007
 
Bin Laden can be anywhere. He has money and all the resources necessary to enable him to go from one place to another.
Answered By: Belen - 9/7/2007
 
It is possible, maybe he changed how he looked with plastic surgery or something. That's scary...but possible... More
Answered By: Pixi - 9/7/2007
 
The government probably knows where he is. They just want to keep the war going to help their economy. As soon as the americans find out that bin laden is dead, there will be no more reason to fight, at least thats what the public will think. The government needs this war, because their economy is f****d. I thank... More
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Answered By: Cody s - 9/7/2007
 
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