"A state that could stop every suicide bomber wouldn't be a free or, let's face it, fun one."
"We will simply never get to maximum defensive posture. Regardless of political affiliation, Americans wouldn't tolerate the delay or intrusion of an urban mass-transit system that required bag checks and pat-downs."
Referring to the bombing of the Boston Marathon: "the only truly safe way to host a marathon is to not have one at all."
"There is no ideology, no surveillance, no wall that will definitely stop some 24-year-old from becoming radicalized on the Web, gaining access to guns and shooting a soft target."
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