This from CNN:
4 charged with terror plot at JFK airport, official says
POSTED: 1804 GMT June 2, 2007
"Anytime you hit Kennedy, it is the most hurtful thing to the United States. To hit John F. Kennedy, wow...they love JFK -- he's like the man. If you hit that, this whole country will be in mourning. It's like you can kill the man twice," one of the suspects said during a recorded phone conversation, officials said.
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Correct me if I’m wrong but, doesn’t this sound suspiciously like a teen- aged boy bragging about what he’s 'gonna do someday?'
CNN’s article itself said the plan was never feasible and never came close to being operational.
The article goes on to say: '"There is no credible intelligence to suggest an imminent threat to the homeland at this time, and there are no adjustments to our security posture being made as a result of this plot," a Homeland Security official said.'
Here, I refer the reader to a thoroughly enjoyable, humorous novel by Donald E. Westlake entitled ‘Why Me?’
In it, a very-full-of-himself FBI agent uses long words he doesn’t understand [and makes some up] and imagines international plots that don’t exist in regards to the theft of a priceless ruby. The ruby is actually in possession of a petty thief who doesn’t know he’s got it.
Read ‘Why Me?’ and see if Officer Zachary doesn’t remind you of whoever made the second quote above.
Meanwhile, I’m just biting my nails waiting for Bush to declare this as exactly the excuse he needs to assume the dicatorial powers he granted himself last week in order to ‘assure order to the continuation' of his destruction of the Constitution he swore on the Bible to uphold.