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WASHINGTON - The House is expected to pass a homeland security bill and send it to President Bush as early as today. Last night, the Senate approved the package of security measures recommended by the 9/11 Commission, shifting more federal money to high-risk states and cities and requiring more stringent screening of air and sea cargo.
Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth
However, I am rather amused at how many of you think that terrorists and terrorism isn't real. I really am.
You people are a bit too trusting of your true enemies in this world. That will be this country's downfall. Hell, let em all in here!! Who cares!!??
Let's blame the government for this one and let all of those who would love to see each and everyone of your deteriorated bodies dragged through the street continue to pour into this nation...
The US Congress has approved an anti-terrorism bill implementing many recommendations of the commission which investigated the 11 September attacks.