A Point Worth Making
One of the more successful talking points the GOP ever deployed was that the Democrats were 'soft of terror' as evidenced by the fact that they thought terrorism should be treated as a 'law enforcement problem' rather than the 'clearly' military issue that the GOP wanted it to be.
I would be interested to hear anyone in the MSM point out that any and all successes we have had thus far against extranational terrorist organizations have been accomplished by law enforcement organizations such as Scotland Yard and the FBI.
Meanwhile, our military efforts not only can't find Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan, they are succeeding in breeding a new generation of Hate-America al Qaida recruit-candidates in Pakistan, Iraq and Lebanon.
So why is no one pointing out that terrorism is, contrary to conventional wisdom, a law enforcement problem after all?