ACU lifetime score McCain
81.43 - Hayworth 97.56
NJ 2006 composite score McCain
56.7 - Hayworth 85
NJ economic score McCain
64- Hayworth 80
ACU ranking McCain Top32%
- Hayworth Top 4%
NJ ranking McCain Top 46%
|-Hayworth Top 11%|
McCain, the "maverick," has been in Congress for 28 years, or since winning his first election in 1982. He is no longer fighting the establishment; he is the establishment. He personifies the compromise wing of the Republican Party, which has since become the dominant wing.
Our good friends at NAFBPO
sent out this alarming report today. Keep in mind that our national forests are already being burned down by terrorists.....Armed Mexican Drug Cartels....as evidenced by the LaBrea
fire last summer, taking down 88,000 acres.
WARNING: Use of Terror Arson Against US Forests
14 Feb 2010
The following Alert is brought to you courtesy of the Targeted Actionable Monitoring Center of the Institute of Terrorism Research and Response
To provide guidance on terrorist's refocused attention on the use of arson against forests in CONUS (Continental United States).
MODERATE (Level 3) Available intelligence and recent events indicate that hostile elements have the capability to take action against the target and that such action is within the adversary's current intent. It is assessed that an attack or action is likely to be a priority and might well be mounted.
Arabic language researchers of the Targeted Actionable Monitoring Center (TAM-C) have identified jihadist communications providing targeting guidance on the use of forest fires as a tool to damage the economy of the United States. The targeting advice includes the statement that "it would be one of the simplest sabotage actions to carry out."
TAM-C analysts note that the tactic of using forest fires as a weapon against the US has been raised before. Previous suggestions had also included the use of forest fires against European countries. The previous targeting guidance had referred to the tactic as "Global Fire."
TAM-C analysts note that the weapon of forest fires has previously been used by terror organizations within Israel.
The targeting advise included, "There should be a number of spots to the fires and they should be distant from each other. In this way the effort to extinguish them will spread over large areas, a fact which will make it harder for the [fire brigade] forces to succeed in their mission."
The tactical advise included, "The mujahid must merely make a reconnaissance patrol to view the ground, which will make it easier for him to choose the optimal area and time, for example one of the hot summer nights. And one may set fire [to the forest] from a distance in the same way a charge may be set off, only this time instead of explosives one must put fuel."
TAM-C analysts note that the pre-operational surveillance of a potential target area may be conducted as part of a routine hike. However, identification of such pre-operational surveillance is critical to disrupting planned terror operations using forest fires as a weapon.
TAM-C analysts recommend that agencies responsible for the fighting of such fires confirm communications capabilities in advance of "fire season."
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