D.C. at Low Risk Of Attack, Says Federal Agency
The Department of Homeland Security has ranked the District in a low-risk category of terrorist attack or catastrophe, putting it in the bottom 25 percent of U.S. states and territories, as part of a decision that will cost the city millions in anti-terror funds, according to city and federal officials.Well, of course! There hasn't been a terror alert since the 2004 elections.
Seriously, you have to wonder what these people are smoking. Can the Bush administration really be that incompetent?
Of course, given that the Congressional lap dogs haven't been doing their job for 5 years now, maybe the loss of the Capitol building (with all of the congress critters inside) wouldn't really be all that much of a loss.