Intell. report: Al-Qaeda seeks to attack U.S.

Sound familiar? So is Bush canceling his vacation in August, or is he taking the month off along with the Iraqi parliament, just like he did before Osama attacked us the first time (after he’d received the same kind of intell. report)? Even more disturbing, AP reports that “The terrorist network Al-Qaida will likely leverage its contacts and capabilities in Iraq to mount an attack on U.S. soil, according to a new National Intelligence Estimate on threats to the American homeland.” Al-Qaeda is planning on using what it learned in Iraq against us at home. George Bush’s little adventure in Iraq quite literally trained Al-Qaeda to better kill us here at home. That should be the message every single Democrat talks about on the Senate floor in the next 24 hours during the overnight Iraq debate. The world is no longer a safer place, a better place, without Saddam Hussein. Not only aren’t the Iraqi people safer, we’re not safer.

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