Lately there's been some scary stuff out there on the internets, which [scary music] is accessible to everyone, even terrorists!
For instance, these are the kinds of people who used to write foreign policy speeches for the White House. Is it any wonder we're in the mess we're in?
And George Bush, on the campaign trail, offers this: "the Democrat (sic) approach in Iraq comes down to this: the terrorists win and America loses." Can you imagine Bill Clinton saying anything that scary? Or even Richard Nixon?
But Dick Cheney doesn't want to be left out of the Halloween festivities. "They want to break our will," he says (forgetting for a moment that stupid things you say are generally accessible to everyone on the internet, including the irony police):
Cheney said America's enemies in Iraq possessed the Internet savvy to monitor U.S. developments, helping them to time attacks aimed in part at influencing the elections. But he cited no evidence to back the theory.
"There isn't anything that's on the Internet that's not accessible to them. They're on it all the time. They're very sophisticated users of it," he told Fox's "Your World with Neil Cavuto" program.
Remember, these are only trick-or-treaters. Turn the porch light off and pretend no one's home.