A Washington Post editorial includes this epiphany: “In the aftermath of such a devastating tragedy, it’s easy to say, but nonetheless true, that public safety must trump privacy rights…”

1. The tragedy referred to is in the editorial is:

(A) The destruction of the World Trade Center in New York by Islamofascist terrorists.

(B) The execution-style murders of three promising students in Newark by a gang that included two illegal aliens.

(C) The murderous rampage at Virginia Tech by a deranged student whose mental health woes were well documented before he fatally shot 32 people and himself.

(D) None of the above.

2. The solution – public safety must trump privacy rights – applies to:

(A) Eavesdropping on cell phone conversations between Islamofascist terrorists, even when those calls are routed through or originate from the U.S.

(B) Ascertaining the citizenship status of every person taken into police custody for a misdemeanor or criminal offense, and turning undocumented aliens over to ICE.

(C) Implementing “legal and administrative means to redress not only a failure of laws but of a cultural attitude that walls off mental illness and the information that is vital to dealing with it” at Virginia Tech.

(D) All of the above.

1. Correct Answer: C.   2. Correct Answer: D. The MSM, ACLU, Dems and liberals will never get this right.

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