The terrorism that we face today is the result of eight years of weak foreign policy under Clinton. It was not a problem before that.Curiously for your theory, the Report on Global Terrorism, released by the Secretary Of State each year, noted 361 acts of terrorism in 1992, and 567 in 1991. It is difficult to imagine how Bill Clinton's foreign policies could have affected those numbers, but I'm sure you'll try.I'd also be interested in your theory of how Clinton's policies as governor of Arkansas convinced the Libyan terrorists to blow up Pan Am 103 in 1988.I can't wait to hear this one!1990 Report on Global Terrorismhttp://www.fas.org/irp/threat/terror_90/review.html1991 Report on Global Terrorismhttp://www.fas.org/irp/threat/terror_91/review.html1992 Report on Global Terrorismhttp://www.fas.org/irp/threat/terror_92/review.html
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