Who lost Afghanistan?
Bush, of course. AP:
aliban militants seized two towns in tumultuous southern Afghanistan, forcing police and government officials to flee, officials said Monday.
The official, also speaking on condition of anonymity because he did not have permission to speak to the media, said Taliban forces were now "moving freely" around the Garmser and the surrounding district.
U.S.-led troops entering southern insurgent hotbeds for the first time are facing intense resistance.
In eastern Afghanistan, U.S.-led troops killed four suspected al-Qaida members, including Arab and Chechen fighters, after raiding their hideout.
Of course, Bush already butchered reconstruction, so Afghanistan turned back into a narco-state.
But the resurgence of AQ isn't good news, is it?