Thursday, June 01, 2006

Fund allocation

This is a good one -- the Department of Homeland Security is slashing anti-terror funds going to Washington and New York, in a growing trend of reallocating bucks to other so-called "target" cities.

"Which cities are those?" the gentlereader might ask. Well, they cite such cities as Louisville, Charlotte, Omaha, and Jacksonville as being at risk, and the monies held back from D.C. and New York will be redistributed in part to them.

Never minding the absurdity that New York and Washington were the only actual two places in the U.S. that were attacked, what new riemannian calculus was employed that turned up Omaha (as in, Nebraska!!!) in the same breath as terrorism?

Last time I checked, there were no Jews anywhere near Louisville, Omaha, or any other flyover "targets."