Saturday, June 30, 2007

What Can We Learn From The UK Terror Attacks

The UK has been doing a phenomenal job thwarting the cowardly attacks brought on by the islamo-fascists, but the attack in Glasgow just goes to show that the determined enemy can occasionally slip through the cracks and cause massive damage.

Attacks like these help me understand why the islamo-fascists do not eat swine... it would be cannibalism.

But I digress, the purpose of this post is to question what we can learn from these recent attacks. I think the answer is pretty clear...

The islamo-fascists seem to target countries that are about to elect, or have recently elected new leaders. It seems as if they are either testing new leaders, attempting to influence future elections, or striking at a time when they believe the government will be most vulnerable. When better to attack than after power changes hands?

This leads me to believe that America will face attacks either directly before the '08 election or shortly after our next president takes office. This is a scary proposition. We must remain ever vigilant.

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