Now, I do believe the discussion of definitions is over at this point, as everyone has had a shot at looking in the dictionary and cementing our ideas of what terrorism is. I believe that most members here are ready to resume a discussion of terrorism. I am not convinced that overt terrorist attacks against our nation are effective. The American people, when kicked in the groin, do not fall to the ground and roll around in pain for some extended period of time. They have more of a tendency to get mad and kill the one that hurt them. My fear is not for what any terrorist might directly do to us, but it is more of what we might do on an individual and personal basis as a result of such attacks. I fear a race war in our country more than I fear suicide bombers. The terrorists, on average, have not possessed the intellect to be very successful in their damage to us. The American people, when aroused by continued attempts, will be far more effective in their retaliation.