"Nice going, asshole. You just had to mouth off to the cops, didn't you?""Hey, no-one forced you to chase that car, Mister Innocent."
To go along with the Bush policy of pre-emptive warfare, the US is now pursuing a radical crime-fighting technique: pre-emptive imprisonment. Their claims of success are predicated on the idea that these two, among the first to be put behind bars for incidents that the government maintains would devastate the nation in years to come, are too dangerous to be allowed to run free in civilized society. While some skeptics criticize the plan, the president's supporters hail it as a vital and necessary tool in the Global War on Terror.
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