What a situation, now, for a patriotic senator, that had been all the week before spurring up the legislature of his native state to pass more stringent resolutions against escaping fugitives, their harborers
The relationship was again placed under strain following the killing of bin Laden, with many Afghan figures, including President Karzai, using the discovery of bin Laden's hiding place to portray Pakistan as insincere and as a harborer
of regional militant figures.
economy, a destroyer of the environment, and a harborer
of corrupt officials, crooked businesses, and victimized citizens.
The New York Times' William Safire has weighed in with his own suspicions about Saddam, writing that "no indisputable smoking gun may ever be found, but it is absurd to claim--in the face of what we already know--that Iraq is not an active collaborator with, harborer
of, and source of sophisticated training and unconventional weaponry for bin Laden's world terror network."
Only when you look closely at the proposed language do you find that the government has carefully chosen to create this prohibition by inserting terrorism crimes into the only existing antiharboring statute, under which the threshold of proof is that the alleged harborer
"should have known" that he was doing so.