Friday, November 26, 2010


In 2000, at the end of the Clinton administration, besides the surplus he left and all the other accomplishments, the number of terrorist attacks around the word was only 423.

In 2009, by the time Obama was facing the historic deficit and economic collapse, and more worldwide and U.S. problems Bush/Cheney left him, there were 10, 999 (including 4,584 in Iraq and Afghanistan).

So much for Bush/Cheney "winning" the "war on terror"—how about "creating" it.

[The numbers are from the latest issue of Time magazine]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

al qaeda's strategy has up till now been brilliant.
after 9/11 our gov't has squandered our resources invading 2 islamic countries and creating 100's of thousands of victims who will return the terror that they experienced back to us. victims have very long memories.
americans still believe that war is good for the economy