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Froggy and Goldstein on Surveillance

Monday, December 19, 2005  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt
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A fine post on the controversy.

As does Jeff Goldstein. From Jeff’s post, quoting the Counterterrorism Blog’s Dr. Walid Phares:

The question is clear: Are we or are we not at war with the terrorists? Osama bin Laden declared that war in 1998. The bipartisan 9/11 Commission wondered why the previous administration refused to do so and the incumbent held off until October 2001. The jihadists are present within the U.S., including those who carry U.S. passports. So are other terror jihadists in Spain, Britain, Holland, or France. By pure rationale, the U.S. government has the duty to use all means (approved by war conventions) to resist the penetration and infiltration of the United States. Doing otherwise is unlawful, unconstitutional, and more importantly to the detriment of the security, and therefore the liberty of the American people.

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