CNN reports former US House Speaker Newt Gingrich gave a sobering assessment on the war on terror last night during his debate with Howard Dean, and suggested that the situation unfolding in Egypt could pose a serious threat to the United States.
“Any honest assessment on 9/11 this year, ten years after the attack, I think will have to conclude that we’re slowly losing the war,” Gingrich said. “We’re losing the war because there are madrassahs around the planet teaching hatred. We’re losing the war because the network of terrorists is bigger, not smaller.”
Category: Featured Articles