By Oliver North
The Washington Times
July 8, 2007
President Bush told the troops …. “If we were to quit Iraq before the job is done,” the president explained, “the terrorists … would follow us here,” and he reminded his critics: “These people want to strike us again.”
What he didn’t do was describe just who “these people” are. In the aftermath of last week’s botched terror attacks by eight medical professionals in Great Britain — explaining who “these people” are has became more difficult, and the potentates of the press aren’t about to help him.