WASHINGTON, June 17 -
Mr. Speaker, ``English as a second language,'' ``Pashto to English,'' ``Arabic to English,'' ``art,'' ``life skills,'' ``computers,'' ``personal health and wellness,'' ``finance and business''--sounds like courses at a swanky New England university, but these are just a few classes offered at Gitmo University on the Caribbean.
That's not all.
These terrorists get training in resume writing and interviewing. Are they going someplace? And what do they put on that resume--``professional bomb maker''?
If they get bored with classes, they can meander over to the ``detainee library'' with its 17,000 books, video games and CDs.
Terrorists have access to the fancy, new taxpayer-funded $750,000 soccer field--play volleyball, basketball, table tennis, and even foosball. Lastly, they get cultural religious training--ironic since the radicals kill in the name of religion.
Mr. Speaker, why does the government spend millions to train and entertain those who kill Americans?
However, this is just another day for the 166 terrorist trainers, financiers and Osama bin Laden bodyguards at Gitmo University on the Caribbean.
And that's just the way it is.