Flip-flopping Dems a threat to US security Here are the facts. FACT: America is at war with terrorism. FACT: America must defend its borders. FACT: One way to do this is with a network of surveillance equipment (motion sensors, infrared cameras) along those borders. So we're going about that important task, but now we learn that it's more difficult than originally thought . . . because we can't find the border in all those dense trees. Well, you guessed it, a Democrat is to blame for this. We once had a chance to head this problem off before it even began, and a Democrat promised to do just that . . . but once he was elected, he totally forgot that promise and negotiated with foreign powers to wreck America's chances for security. I'm talking of course about James K. Polk. In the presidential election campaign he talked a mean game about "Fifty-Four Forty or Fight," a move that would have put the northern boundary of America's lower 48 way up in the treeless tundra area, where it would be much easier to keep track of. Once elected, though, he negotiated with the British--who, I might remind you, live very near to the French--and had the border set at its present position, the foliage-infested 49-degree mark. Just another blot of flip-flopping shame on the Democrats' record. Is anyone surprised at their shenanigans at this point?