John Negroponte won overwhelming approval by the Senate Thursday to become the nation’s first national intelligence director, a job created last year to better coordinate the nation’s spy agencies following the Sept. 11 attacks and other intelligence blunders.

Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, joined Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., in opposing the nomination.

Americans can be confident that Mr. Negroponte will perform his duties with the same thoroughness and expertise enjoyed by the people of Honduras and more recently, Iraq.

I realize that this is a link I have posted before:

Anti-Terrorism Safety Checklist: How to Stay Safer

but I would strongly urge anyone who has not read it to do so, take it to heart, and if you have read it, read it again, and visit this site for updates on the little New York girls recently seized by US gunmen.

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