Liz Cheney to Obama on Shahzad sentencing: ‘Being lucky is not a responsible counterterrorism strategy’

Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad was sentenced to life in prison today after pleading guilty to charges he attempted to conduct the terrorist attack. Afterward, White House spokesman Nick Shapiro said. “The case shows once again how our values and compare essay example watch purchase cialis from canada how to start a personal narrative essay micardis pay for logic term paper watch source site follow link how to write good emails to women buy phd hiring academic writers creative writing buenos aires essay on libraries how do i add someone to my text message on iphone how to write a why college essay non fiction writing marketing term paper creative writing service source site nature viagra go site merchant of venice essay shylock villain or victim essays heroes literature viagra 50mg vs levitra 20mg essay paper format the rule of law can keep us safe against those determined to do us harm on behalf of terrorist organizations overseas.”

Keep America Safe chairman Liz Cheney responded to the Obama Administration’s reaction:

“President Obama and his administration still seem to believe they can keep this nation safe by convicting terrorists in civilian courts. We tried that policy throughout the 1990s and gained convictions of key terrorists. None of those convictions prevented the terrorists from attacking us again and again. Americans expect their government to disrupt plots and defeat terrorists before they can attack us. The Times Square bomber’s attack failed not because it was thwarted, but because his bomb failed to detonate. Being lucky is not a responsible counterterrorism strategy, and convictions in civilian courts will not keep this country safe.”

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