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June 3rd, 2006
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allocation of anti-terror funds
The Furor Over Antiterror Spending

Republicans have no hope of winning New York in the next election, so President Bush doesn't waste time tending to New York's interests.

The root of irrational policy is the irrational politics of the Electoral College.

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From:(Anonymous)
Date:October 10th, 2006 01:33 pm (UTC)

Anti- Terror Spending

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The main issue I see regarding Anti Terror is the administration is fighting inplementation of the 911 committee suggestions. They are doing everything but. Part of the problem as I see it is the administration bit off more than it could possibly handle. By that I mean, in order to accomplish the goals it set out (regardless if you agree with the President or not), this country must get stronger support from other nations and buy in prior to setting out on this journey.

The President telegraphed who he was doing and them began calling other nations Axis of Evil.. Based on what it appears to me, the President has decided to comit resources to stay out there for as long as possible, but actually is not working a plan to win. Everything he has done appears to be with the goal of trying to force the next President to keep the troops out there and his war going.

It appears the President has done everything possible to aid the enemy-removing a goverment that Al Qaeda could never influence and helping Iran gain greater power.

The main purpose is why doesn't homeland security know why different agencies have people on their watch lists and why haven't those supporting agencies been able to priortize the people on its watch lists and keep them updated.

Border protection would seem to be first area for the President to secure if he truely believes in National Security and terrorism is such a great threat.
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