Monday, August 14, 2006


OK, so let me get this straight.  According to the Democrats, the war in Iraq actually makes us more vulnerable to terrorist attack.  It distracts us from the real goal of eradicating al Qaeda, and acts as a recruitment tool for future jihadis.

On the subject of homeland security, the Bush administration has been a miserable failure.  In spite of the PR, our borders, ports, airways, and infrastructure are no more secure than they were on September 10, 2001. 

So, my question is this:  why, as we approach the 5th anniversary of 9/11, have we not been attacked?  What has kept the terrorists from striking us at home?  The war in Iraq has made them angry.  And it has helped them recruit.  So, where are they?  Why haven't they hit us already?  Could it be an act of God.  Oh, wait.  Protecting us from terrorism is a government responsibility, and the courts kicked God out of the government, so it can't be that.  So what's the deal?  Somebody please clue me in here.

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