Saturday, January 29, 2005

Ah, sweet irony! - Ashcroft: Nuclear terror greatest threat - Jan 28, 2005: "'If you were to have nuclear proliferation find its way into the hands of terrorists, the entire world might be very seriously disrupted by a few individuals who sought to impose their will, their arcane philosophy, on the rest of mankind,' [Ashcroft] said."

OK, aside from the grammatical badness which is the idea of "nuclear proliferation" per se finding its way anywhere, might he be able to think of any other such few examples? Or is he truly that nearsighted?