Tuesday, August 22, 2006

The Aniversary and the Threat

Captain Ed last paragraph says:
In less than a month, we will observe the fifth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks that killed almost 3,000 people in the US. The terrorists used our airliners as guided missiles, exploiting our own transportation system to kill us by the thousands. This very month, we discovered that they still plot to kill us with our airplanes. One would think that Americans would understand the critical need to garner as much information about our enemies to keep more Americans from dying in terrorist attacks. The reluctance to allow for these common-sense investigative techniques puts lives at risk. At some point, we will have another attack, another bipartisan commission, and another round of scolding over a failure to "connect the dots". If our defenders cannot gain access to the dots, how the hell are they supposed to connect them?

Why are the liberals fighting the NSA program when it is helping us connect the dots and defeat the enemy? They got a Jimmy Carter judge to overturn the NSA program and say that President Bush was iliegally tapping A-Q inside America. I think this is a set up to impeach Bush if the Democrats win in November.

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