Saturday, January 2

myths about keeping America safe from terrorism

Americans are at far greater risk of being killed in accidents or by viruses than by acts of terrorism. In 2008, more than 37,300 Americans perished on the nation's highways, according to government data. Even before H1N1, a similar number of people died each year from the seasonal flu.
Too bad Obama can't say this. Well, he could, but if the most minor incident happened, his opponents would nail him for saying it. Like most other politicians, even if he knows this, he's not brave enough to say it.

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