First, during the third question, Senator Kerry said that, "The president moved the troops, so he's got 10 times the number of troops in Iraq than he has in Afghanistan, where Osama bin Laden is." This is a potentially huge error, perhaps even a "there is no Soviet domination of Poland" level error.
I don't think that anyone in the know thinks that Osama Bin Laden, even if his [sic] is alive, is in Afghanistan. Even CNN's reporter pointed this fact out immediately after the end of the debate. If Senator Kerry wants to hammer Bush for getting [sic] Osama Bin Laden, he'd damn well better, at the very least, remember which country he's in.
And this also, of course, wasn't a slip of the tongue: it was the center of his entire argument on the matter, namely that Bush has, "got 10 times the number of troops in Iraq than he has in Afghanistan, where Osama bin Laden is." Except he's not there, Senator.
Adam forgets to let us in on the secret of where bin Laden is, presumably because he wants to give that exclusive to Bush.
p.s. Even the readers of Insight have Kerry winning the debate, 45 to 27.