Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Regarding Cheney's comments:

Contrary to the CW, I think an attack before the election is less likely than an attack immediately following the election.

Much as al Qaeda might have some preference for one administration over another, they know that the reactions of the American public are unpredictable. Besides, they aren't interested in short-term regime chnage, they want to destroy the entire American political structure. And the best way to do that is to undermine the public's confidence in its choices.

So no matter who wins in November, al Qaeda will want America to think it made the wrong choice.

And now, thanks to Cheney's attack, I know he believes that too.

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