Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Seven Years After 9/11 Americans No Safer in Bush/McCain World

Let's be real...McCain has sided with Bush 90 percent of the time since George W. took office after stealing the 2000 election. Well, it seems we are no safer now than we were on 9/11 thanks to the FAILED policies of these two men, and the Republican Party. A big part of this risk can be layed squarely at the feet of both George W. Bush and John McCain...why you ask. Because they have failed to deport those here illegally, failed to secure our Southern Border with Mexico, failed to secure our ports and airports. Even worse, both of these villians have encouraged ILLEGAL ENTRY into our nation by trying to RAM AMNESTY DOWN THE THROATS of America's citizens. Illegal Aliens steal our jobs, lower our wages, but more importantly are a serious THREAT to our National Security.

The United States remains "dangerously vulnerable" to chemical, biological and nuclear attacks seven years after the 9/11 attacks, a forthcoming independent study concludes.

And a House Democrats' report says the Bush administration has repeatedly missed opportunities to improve the nation's security.

The recent political rupture between Russia and the United States only makes matters worse, said former Rep. Lee Hamilton, D-Ind., who helped lead the 9/11 Commission and now chairs the independent group's latest study.

Efforts to reduce access to nuclear technology and bomb-making materials have slowed, thousands of U.S. chemical plants remain unprotected, and the Bush administration continues to oppose strengthening an international treaty to prevent bioterrorism, according to the report by the bipartisan Partnership for a Secure America.

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