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Homeland Security chief warns of threat from al-Qaeda sympathizers in U.S.

• Washington Post
Al-Qaeda followers are inside the United States and would like to attack targets here and in other countries, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Wednesday night.

The secretary's comments were striking not only for their content -- they represented her bluntest assessment of terror threats within the country -- but also their political context. They came one day after President Obama, in announcing his decision to send 30,000 additional U.S. troops to Afghanistan, warned that extremists have been "sent here from the border region of Afghanistan and Pakistan to commit more acts of terror." 

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Comment by Trouser Chili
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' extremists have been "sent here from the border region of Afghanistan and Pakistan to commit more acts of terror."'

How did they get here?  We spend hundreds of billions of dollars for Homeland Security.  They know that these people are in the US, but they didn't prevent their entry?  And of course if they really exist, they won't just go pick them up like all of our new terror laws allow them - those laws are for the citizens.  They will wait/allow for terrorists to act first.


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