Can't win if you do, can't win if you don't. Via TP.
Remember this Romney Moment of Oops at the second debate?
And then, right on cue, Fox jumped all over it:
So calling it an "act of terror" isn't valid. Got it. The words "terrorist act" are the only appropriate ones to use, right Mr. and Ms. ClusterFox?
PRESIDENT BUSH: I just completed a meeting with our national security team, and we've received the latest intelligence updates.
The deliberate and deadly attacks, which were carried out yesterday against our country, were more than acts of terror.
What the... ? What a fraud! What a wuss! What a liar! How weak! How misleading! How unpresidential! How impeachable! What was he trying to pull?
Or was it simply a case of “Romnesia”?
Note: Headline edited.
This is the first three, there are five all together, you can see the other two here. I didn't want to bog down the site completely.
Granted, I'm not everywhere (do read a lot of papers), but this is the first time I can think of that I've seen something like this. So much for the Irish getting their peace on.
LONDON, Sept. 24 (UPI) -- There is a "substantial" threat of Irish-related terrorism targeting Great Britain, the British intelligence service announced Friday.
Jonathan Evans, the director general of British intelligence services MI5, warned a summit of intelligence professionals last week that his agency has seen "a persistent rise" in terrorist activity associated with Northern Ireland dissidents during the past three years.
London's Daily Mail reports Friday that authorities in the country believe a splinter group of the Irish Republican Army has the means to acquire explosives and boasts of terrorist organizers in its ranks.
"This is the first time an Irish-related threat assessment has been published," the warning added.
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