Regarding Andy Grego's letter on May 29. His "Anyone could have done it" posturing on the Osama bin Laden mission begs two questions. Would Grego's casual dismissal of the president's role been the same if the mission had failed? And, would he have said all that if a Republican were in the White House? We all know the answers to those questions, so Grego's credibility continues to score zero.
Grego's second issue illustrates his willingness to make bold assertions when he can't possibly have enough information to make a sensible judgment. Yes, a Pakistani doctor has been jailed for his alleged role in finding bin Laden, but our relationship with Pakistan is complex and sometimes uncomfortable, and without all of the needed information, much of which is undoubtedly classified, it's foolish to believe that we can tell Pakistan when to jump and how high.
Our use of drones, allegedly without their permission, is just one example of the complex stuff that goes on. Their politicians have elections too, and that has ramifications that we don't necessarily understand. Grego should refrain from commenting on foreign policy.
JESSE SPURGEON, Richland