Word Frequency Counts Reveal a Major Problem

Pandagon reports in Terrorist Who?:

Did a quick term count in yesterday's “major” speech on terrorism. The results, amazingly, are even more ridiculous than I expected:

  • Frequency of John Kerry (with the terms “Senator”, “Senator Kerry”, or “my opponent”): 41
  • Frequency of “Saddam Hussein”: 4
  • Frequency of “Al Qaeda”: 1
  • Frequency of “Osama bin-Laden” or “bin-Laden”: 0

Assuming this was, as stated, a speech on terrorism, it seems quite clear that George W. Bush believes the main terrorist threat facing our country is John Kerry.

He probably does at that.

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