A news report said that “Sen. John Kerry said Sunday that the reason the U.S. homeland hasn't been attacked by al Qaida since 9/11 is because the terror group is having so much success against U.S. forces in Iraq.”
"Many people surmise that one of the reasons we haven't been attacked here, is because they are being so successful at doing what they need to do to attack us in Iraq and elsewhere," Kerry told ABC's "This Week."
And that is a bad thing because …
John Kerry just doesn’t understand what is going on, does he? Or, perhaps he is just unhappy that al Qaeda hasn’t attacked the U.S. again. We certainly hope that Democrats do not want another terrorist attack on the U.S. so that President Bush’s popularity would drop, but in these days of blind partisanship that certainly is a possibility.
Mr. Bush has repeatedly said that fighting terrorists somewhere else in the world is better than fighting them in the United States. Most people agree with that sentiment. Apparently John Kerry does not.