“He seems to have convinced al Qaeda he’s a useful man … When he speaks of a threat to Washington, he means al Qaeda. By himself, he doesn’t have the capacity to carry out an operation so far away. He’s talking for al Qaeda,” he said.
General David Petraeus, head of U.S. Central Command, said in Washington on Wednesday officials were studying whether Mehsud’s warning posed a credible threat to the United States.
“Everyone is quite riveted on analyzing that and seeing what further we can find out,” Petraeus said in testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee.
President Bush kept America safe after the 9/11 attack, do you feel safer under Obama?