In response to the newest uncovered terror scheme in London, Bush's HS Secretary Michael Chertoff claimed that the setup was "suggestive of an al-Qaida plot." Chertoff went on to clarify this statement by distinguishing this terror group from others by claiming they were "sophisticated, had a lot of members and it was international in scope."
Sorry, but The Peach is having a little trouble here. Is Chertoff describing al-Qaida or the United Nations? Maybe this explains why this administration is incapable of capturing real terrorists. The definition is a bit too broad.