Thursday, November 13, 2003

We're All Homeland Security Executives Now

Moonie scribbler John McCaslin has his Tom Ridge y-fronts in a bunch over a list of "Homeland Security Executives" which will supposedly aid this Nation's enemies.

Terrorists should have no problem identifying thousands of Americans working in the homeland security field.

Marketer Edith Roman Associates has introduced a new file, "Homeland Security Executives," which lists 335,844 names, telephone numbers and business addresses. The list includes officials in the public and private sectors who play a role in responding to emergencies and disseminating information, from government and school personnel to medical workers and biologists.
Yeah, it's an embarassment of riches for the ambitious, over-inclusive terrorist. Apparently one out of every 1,000 Americans is a "Homeland Security Executive." Hell, I'm probably one. Terrorists who were previously stymied as to where all the government buildings and defense centers were located will start working half-days now that Edith Roman Associates has done all the hard work for them. Let's arrest Edith and hold her indefinitely as a material witness, post haste.

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