Thursday, August 10, 2006

A Message to Our Domestic Enemies

Yesterday I quoted Alan Furst. In light of last night's events in the UK, I repeat what Mr. Furst said:

[G]ood people don't spend much time being good, mostly they want to mow the lawn and play with the dog, whereas bad people spend all their time being bad, or thinking up ways to be worse. Then, one day, the good people have to turn around and do something, or the whole thing will go off the cliff.

Any person or institution who stands in the way of detecting and preventing terrorism is traitorous. Do you read me, George Soros, Mikhail Moore, Cindy Sheehan, The New York Times, and the ACLU?

UPDATE: There should be a special place in hell for leakers.

Related post: Com-Patriotism and Anti-Patriotic Acts