Secure Borders: The recent hullabaloo over the stevedoring by the Untied Arab Emirates has caused many to consider what is permissable and what is not. Andrew McCarthy, Senior Fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, rightly raises the question, what about the Bush Doctrine? That doctrine says that we will not support those who support terrorism. Hamas would be one of those organizations that would be considered terrorists by just about any definition (probably even their own!). The UAE is a major supporter of Hamas. So, when we allow them to own a business on US soil we are contributing, directly, to the efforts of terrorists. Does anyone else have a problem with this? Why didn't the President? He is now concerned that we will somehow offend them. They are a country known to actively be supporting terrorists, there is no quibbling over this matter. If we have a law then it should be enforced. President Bush has some 'splainin' to do.