I wonder what a win looks like for these 'terrorists' they always talk of?
Bush claims they're all part of a big secret organisation out to destroy American freedom, but that's just comic book stuff. Same as Pat Robinsons claim they want to wipe out Christianity.
Al Qaeda's big demand was US troops out of Saudi Arabia, and that was done back in 2003 when Bush pulled them out of Saudi Arabia.
Iraqi insurgents want US out of Iraq and their faction to be dominant. But we don't care either way, it's not our business, it makes no difference whether we pay a fortune to Exxon or Sunnis or Shiia for our oil. Or do you think Exxon will sell it to us cheaply? I don't.
Palestinian armed gunmen want a homeland.
Israeli armed gunmen want Palestinian land.
Iran wants USA not to invade.
Chechen rebels want Russian out of Chechnya.
Basque separatists want a land to themselves that speaks their language.
I don't see how the Internet is to blame for any of these. About the only thing it's to blame for, is the last US election that kicked the Republicans out of Congress and Senate, and Tony Blair out of office.
Remember 'terrorists use Youtube'?
I don't see why we have a problem, we could pull the troops out of Iraq, stop pandering to the loons in Washington, give the Basques language protections like we did the Welsh separatists before them, be more critical of Israels bombing campaigns, not go invading a bunch of other countries based on documents from convicted Lebanese fraudsters.
Or are these radical terrorist ideas that must never be discussed?
Perhaps a win is when people like Bush Cheney and Blair are safe to tell lies without getting caught out?
A win is if the Internet doesn't embolden the voters?