McCain states al-Qaeda may strike before election

March 14, 2008 |  by  |  Breaking News
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McCain sees an attackStumping in Pennsylvania, the location for the next primary in this crazy election season, John McCain gave a speech stating that he wouldn’t be surprised if terrorists attempted to influence the upcoming November election.

McCain was asked whether he felt America was vulnerable to an attack. His response fits the tone he has crafted for his campaign – one that finds America at war with enemies in all corners.

At a town hall meeting in a Philadelphia suburb, McCain was still out speaking to crowds even though he had the Republican nomination clinched. With the Democrats dominating the headlines with their battle to the finish, McCain has struggled to remain relevant in the presidential discussion. Making statements about eminent attacks against America while campaigning in the heartland will certainly do just that. 

“Yes, I worry about it,” he told the crowd. “The hardest in warfare is to counter someone or a group of individuals who are willing to take their own lives in order to take others.”

Tell which Israel responded, “Yeah, I know.”


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