Vice President Dick Cheney delivered a somber warning Wednesday about the dangers facing the United States, telling the Los Angeles World Affairs Council that America must not be complacent about the continuing threat of terrorist attacks. The vice president hailed recent events such as the capture of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein and Libya’s decision to abandon its nuclear weapons program. But he said that “especially in moments of success, we need to remember the long-term nature of the struggle we are in, and the serious dangers that still exist.” “We know to a certainty that terrorists will kill as many innocent people as they possibly can, limited only by the means at their disposal,” Cheney told a luncheon audience of about 600 at the Beverly Hilton. Full Story
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