Bush now criticized for connecting dots


President Bush has come under fire for his handling of the domestic war on terror after a warning of a possible al-Qaeda attack in the US.

Attorney General John Ashcroft said information showed al-Qaeda intended "to hit the United States hard".

On Wednesday Mr Ashcroft named seven people he said were a clear danger.

But Democratic challenger Senator John Kerry questioned Mr Bush's commitment to providing the resources necessary to protect the country.


Other critics appeared to doubt the authenticity of the threat, which has not led to the level of the national security alert being raised. It remains at yellow, indicating an "elevated" level of risk two degrees away from the red "severe risk".

These are the same people who thought Bush should have put US aviation on alert because of some memo written in August 2001 that had nothing to do with the 9-11 attacks. Bush critics are becoming totally incoherent. These people are acting deranged, by their phobic reaction to the President.


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