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Here’s a thought: Maybe bin Laden isn’t the al-Qaida main man anymore.

Pakistani officials say al-Qaida is becoming more decentralized and its top leader, Osama bin Laden, may not be running the organization, reports Geostrategy-Direct, the global intelligence news service.

Instead, there is growing evidence al-Qaida No. 2 leader Ayman al-Zawahiri may be in charge of the terrorist network.

The officials also said Abu Musab al- Zarqawi, the Jordanian-based al-Qaida associate, is emerging as a new leader of the group.

This may or may not be true–it’s the first I’ve heard of it–but keep this in mind when you hear Democrats harping on the fact that we haven’t caught bin Laden. If he’s become irrelevant, that won’t matter one bit. As long as we don’t have him in custody or dead, it’ll be their “proof” that we’re losing the war on terror, in spite of all the other al-Qaida honchos we’ve picked up.

(Not to mention that if the left’s response to a bin Laden capture is anything like it was for Hussein, they’ll be beside themselves with grief.)

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