Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Why Can't Someone Watch Our Money This Closely?

Dillingham, Alaska only has 2,400 people. But they've got powerful Congressmen in Washington to help them get Homeland Security money.

The tiny town best known for making raincoats out of walrus intestines -- now has 60 high tech security cameras watching city streets -- with plans for another 20.

All it cost you was $202,000 dollars from the federal treasury. That's one camera for every 30 people in town. But we can now catch al Qaeda sneaking up on that walrus-intestine-raincoat-factory. (LAT)

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