"Bush Propaganda" Arrests Three for Plot to Blow Up JFK

This could have been bad:

Three people were arrested and one other was being sought Saturday in connection to a plot to blow up jet-fuel lines at John F. Kennedy International Airport, officials said.

Four people have been charged. Three suspects are in custody: Russell Defreitas, Kareem Ibrihim and Abdul Kadir. Another suspect, Abdul Nur is still at large.

Since John Edwards and many other Democrats consider the “war on terror” to be little more than Bush propaganda, I’m sure they’ll have only one question to ask Defreitas, Ibrihim, Kadir and Nur: “So, how long have you worked for Halliburton?”

Soon maybe Edwards, Biden, Dodd or somebody else who doesn’t believe there is a war on terror can get elected president, and we’ll try their plan: terrorists turning themselves in on the honor system. If that comes to pass, yes indeed, stay away from JFK.

Author: Doug Powers

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