The government's website -- www.randompanic.gov -- also lists port security, attacks on domestic nuclear power plants, and unstoppable computer threats among its top four "biggest things to worry about in 2006-7." The site also contains links and expert testimony designed to "show you why you need to be concerned" and "how to convince others" to be as "panicked as you are." Among the video segments is actual footage of Hiroshima attack victims "to let the American people know what's coming" and video survelliance footage from the New York Port Authority showing guards playing poker, falling dead asleep, or taking "large stacks of cash" from shadowy "underworld crime figures."
"Once again, yes, we could choose to distinguish ourselves here," said Nancy Pelosi, speaking of the Democratic Party in general, "and draw attention to this shameless fear mongering by pointing to the facts, but we choose not to. Frankly, we don't believe in distinction all that much. Simply falling all over ourselves to get to dead-center, that's all we really want, and no number of election losses are going to change my or the Democratic Leadership Council's minds on the matter."