Is the United States fighting a global war on terror or not?
If the United States is fighting a GWOT (aka Overseas Contingency Operations for you Obama liberals out there), and we most definitely are, do covert monitoring operations reside so far outside of the realm of acceptability as an appropriate course of defensive action?
A better way to ask the question might be whether this NYPD surveillance of mosques and schools by one of the critical law enforcement entities tasked with protecting New York City, home to Ground Zero, is a wrong tactic?
The answer, while crystal clear to many, might differ depending on where it is you live geographically as well as on the political charts, conditions that are by no means mutually exclusive.
If you are living in the enclave of Malibu, California you may have one point of view. On the other hand if you and your family ever take New York City buses, subways, bridges, tunnels or if you're simply planning on visiting Times Square during your vacation to The Big Apple, your point of view might be completely different.
Read the article at The Political Commentator here.