This photo of at least six aircraft carriers was used to illustrate a February 10 Washington Times column by Rowen Scarborough, but what I would like to know is whether any of the admirals in the U.S. Navy have ever heard of Pearl Harbor? On December 7, 1941, the Japanese Empire attacked our fleet that was moored there and destroyed many of them.
On Oct. 12, 2000, the USS Cole was attacked by suicide bombers in a small boat while in Yemani waters, blowing a big hole in its side, killing 17 sailors and injuring 39 others.
At what point does the Navy learn something, anything from the past? If the photo above isn't an invitation for an attack, I do not know what is. One hopes they are defended by the Coast Guard or other naval vessels, but this just looks like the biggest bunch of sitting ducks I have seen in a long time.
If I am thinking that, so is al Qaeda.