Friday, April 30, 2004

We're losing the war on terror 

The sad news for the International Appeasement Brigade, with the release of the State Department's annual report on terrorism:

"Last year... we saw the lowest number of international terrorist attacks since 1969, and that's a 34-year low.

"There were 190 acts of international terrorism in 2003. That's a slight decrease from 198 attacks that occurred the previous year, and a drop of 45 percent from the 2001 level of 346 attacks.

"There were also fewer casualties caused by terrorists last year. A total of 307 persons were killed in last year's attack[s], far fewer than the 725 killed during 2002. A total of 1,593 persons were wounded in the attacks that occurred in 2003, down from 2,013 persons wounded the year before. "

Damn Bush's reckless adventure in Iraq, which is distracting America from focusing on the war on terror.


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