You have to admit that's a name that has screen-play written all over it.
I sincerely hope Bowe makes many millions profiting from his ordeal.
He's paid his dues... let him cash in is what I say.
Prisoner exchanges are a matter of routine in any conflict, and a five-for-one tells me the US struck a relatively hard bargain. Far better than the 1,027-for-one that our Israeli friends managed in the Gilad Shalit swap.
Nevertheless, the usual crew of Obama-haters is going ape-shit over this. It sets a precedent. It will encourage the kidnap of more servicemen. It demonstrates America's weakness because, after all, we could have nuked the entire country and REALLY taught the towellers a lesson.
Instead, we've demonstrated that common sense and common decency are not entirely dead in America.
Is that a bad thing?