Real-life action hero Gary Brooks Faulkner who was thisclose to beheading Osama Bin Laden before the busybody Pakistani police detained him is finally back home in Colorado. But during a stopover at LAX, Faulkner delivered a brief patriotic speech, which, ideally, would have been backed by "The Battle Hymn of the Republic."
"This is not about me. What this is about is the American people and the world," he said in comments aired on KTLA-TV. "We can't let people like this scare us. We don't get scared by people like this, we scare them and that's what this is about. We're going to take care of business and we will take care of business very soon."
And by "we," Faulkner is talking mostly about himself. He claims he's "absolutely" returning to Pakistan to finish the job, adding mysteriously, "You'll find out at the end of August." Faulkner's new PR representation, the Publicity Agency, will make sure of it, although publicity seems like the last thing you would want for a covert mission into the mountains of Pakistan to kill the world's most dangerous terrorist.