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Saturday, December 04, 2004

Former Bush Cabinet Secretary discusses details on 'How to Commit terrorism'

Ref. Strange that a Cabinet secretary gets the chance to talk about vulnerabilities. Yet, the average person in the US, if they exercise a similar "freedom of speech" are put on watch lists, have their photography studies interrupted, and are forced to account.

More double standards. No surprise.

What is a surprise is the detail the former Cabinet Secretary goes into. Why go out of the way to point out a vulnerability?