The clip operation special delivery from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
You ever wake up in the morning and think,
"Man, life is good.
I mean, it just can't get any better than this. "
It's all beautiful and perfect and wonderful and amazing,
and then, one day, that one thing happens
that changes everything.
That's only one test.
What kind of a world am I bringing a kid into?
They say the most important job a father has is to keep his baby safe.
But how am I going to do that? I can cover the electrical sockets,
or childproof Mommy's pill bottles, but that's just inside the house.
What about out there?
There's cults, muggers, drugs, violence.
Not to mention all of the predators now lurking about.
I could move from the East Village
to a family friendly neighborhood in Brooklyn,
but is that enough to keep my child safe?
And what about the big things?
Things like hurricanes, earthquakes or tsunamis?
And that's just that mean, old, Mother Nature.
What about the really big things? Things we should really be afraid of.
Like the most wanted man on the planet. What about him?
We've got the strongest military, sneakiest spies and coolest technology
in the entire world, but we can't find one man hiding in
After 9/11, I thought some satellite would
shoot a laser down onto the earth,
fry up an omelet bin Laden and save us all.
But that wasn't the case. I know, maybe he's dead.
But maybe he's alive. Maybe he's on dialysis.
Maybe he's a nine foot bionic ninja with X
ray vision and the power of flight.
All I know is that in the last six years,
there've been more acts of terrorism, worldwide,
than in 20 years leading up to it. Today, there are known terrorist cells