"Let us all take a moment to remember the 3000 people who died in the World Trade Center on September 11th. And let us all remember that it will likely happen again. Such is the nature of revenge that this war will never be won, but instead will be fought for as long as there is people with revenge in their hearts. May whatever god you worship forgive us all. May God teach us forgiveness, understanding and peace." - William Jefferson Clinton.
There isn't actually 100 targets listed here, but when you think about how many golf courses, how many military bases, how many oil companies, how many universities, etc that the United States has... you begin to realize just how VULNERABLE the United States is. Almost everything is a potential terrorist target. Sadly, George W. Bush's War on Terrorism is a war he cannot win. For every terrorist he kills, he kills 20+ innocent civilians in "collateral damage". Those civilians have friends and family who then have the potential to become terrorists themselves. You can't fight fire with fire. It doesn't work that way. Going around trying to kill terrorists only makes more terrorists. Many military people actually oppose Bush's style of war because they know historically it only makes the matter worse. General Clark for example is actively opposed to George W. Bush's failed war on terrorism. So far it has been a war on oil producing countries such as Afghanistan and Iraq. Totally besides the point most of the Sept 11th terrorists came from Saudi Arabia (and Osama bin Laden is a member in the Saudi Arabian royal family).
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I don't endorse terrorist activities. I simply understand them. I also understand that the United States is very vulnerable. More vulnerable than ever now. By making war on two separate oil-producing countries we have left America exposed (with our proverbial pants down) to any one wealthy enough to fund such activities. Of course, you don't have to be wealthy to be a pyroterrorist. Buy some gas at your local gas station... visit every National Park in the State of New York... and burn them down, one by one. When that happens, it will almost certainly cause copycat terrorists. All of the United States' forests could be burnt down in a matter of years. Scary thought isn't it?