Based on comments from Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, should we worry more than we already do?
“The hardest thing to determine is the purely domestic, self-motivated, self-initiating threat from the guy who never talks to anybody, just gets himself wound up over the Internet,” Chertoff said.
By worry, I mean how much longer will it be before the U.S. government takes control of the Internet, with regulations and restrictions, to keep us safe from terrorists? Because a guy who gets wound up by the evening news, that wouldn’t be so bad. It’s the guy who gets wound up over the Internet. We have to stop that. And this administration can do it thanks to absolute powers in wartime.