Bush fails to appoint nuclear terror czar

If Democrats weren’t so busy sucking up to Bush by giving away our civil liberties, perhaps they’d actually use these issues to go on the offensive against Bush and the Republicans. Ha! Made myself laugh:

Ten months after Congress passed a law establishing a White House coordinator for preventing nuclear terrorism, President Bush has no plans to create the high-level post any time soon, according to the National Security Council.

The provision – suggested by leading members of the commission that investigated the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks – was contained in 2007 legislation designed to improve homeland defenses. Congress passed it by a wide margin, with bipartisan support.


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