Column: Reverse engineering to benefit consumers
BEVERLY HILLS - God bless America, and how's everybody?
The Pentagon said Friday the SEALs failed to destroy the secret stealth helicopter left behind in bin Laden's yard. The Pakistanis may well sell it to the Chinese. By this time next year we'll be able to buy them for one-fourth the price that Bell Helicopter charges us.
Afghan women demanded U.S. guarantees Tuesday that newly-built women's schools in Afghanistan remain after U.S. troops pull out. The entire region is undergoing major social changes. Just last week Mrs. Osama bin Laden updated her Facebook status to single.
Pittsburgh Steeler Rashard Mendenhall tweeted messages sympathetic to Osama bin Laden Monday. During the lockout some of the guys have stayed in shape by going to training camp in Afghanistan.
President Obama went to Ground Zero in New York City Thursday to mark Osama bin Laden's death. So much has changed in the past 10 years. Bush said we will get whoever did this, and Obama said we will give whoever did this a culturally sensitive funeral.
President Obama flew to Fort Campbell in Kentucky Friday and met with some of the Navy SEALs that took out Osama bin Laden. This is the fort that guards the nation's gold supply. At $1,500 an ounce we want trained killers keeping an eye on it.
The Pentagon released details on how the Navy SEALs knocked off Osama bin Laden. They opened fire without giving him a chance to escape. If we'd wanted to get everyone out of the building safely we would have raided the compound with a team of middle school teachers.
Osama bin Laden's compound turned into a major tourist attraction in Pakistan last week after the U.S. Navy Seals raid. Reporters found marijuana plants growing in his garden. At last there's a plausible explanation for why he hasn't done anything in 10 years.
Bolivia's President Evo Morales asked the Nobel Parize Committee to revoke President Obama's Peace Prize. This guy wants to legalize the sale of the cocaine grown in his country. He has more power and influence over Los Angeles than the president of Mexico.