Storm Bear

So now we fight the terrorists here?

Filed By Storm Bear | June 06, 2007 10:28 AM | comments

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Tags: Al Qaeda, fort dix, gay cartoons and comics, George W. Bush, humorous blog post, miserable failure, politics, terrorism, webcomics

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Bush vetoed the military funding bill because he wants free reign to continue the war in Iraq. you know, the one where we fight them there and not here?

Guess what? Bush's war has come to New Jersey. From Burlington County Times:

Six Islamic radicals, four of them from Cherry Hill, were arrested and charged Monday night with planning a heavily armed attack against soldiers at Fort Dix.

The men planned to "kill as many soldiers as possible" in the attack, which was described as part of a religious jihad, or "holy war," but has not been connected to any international terror organizations such as al-Qaida.

The group scouted Fort Dix and other potential targets, watched terrorist training videos and discussed attacking soldiers at Fort Dix with mortars, rocket-propelled grenades and assault rifles, prosecutors said.

Yeah, it probably was that smart to go up against Fort Dix, but how long will it take for Jihadies to turn towards softer targets in America?

But the fuel infrastructure at JFK International Airport doesn't count. Despite the claims of Administration officials these chuckleheads could NOT blow up the tanks or the airport. There are things called '"safety valves" that prevent such an event. You know, like they have at GAS STATIONS all across the world.

Bush promised to keep us safe. Just another broken promise. Is Bush's 28% really surprised?

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