The forces of evil strike again.
MADRID, Spain — At least 182 people were killed and 1,000 wounded Thursday after 10 bombs rocked three Madrid train stations during the height of the morning rush hour, just three days before Spain's general elections.
"This is mass murder," said a somber Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar (search) after an emergency Cabinet meeting, at which he vowed to hunt down the attackers and said he would not negotiate with the ETA (search) Basque separatist terror group, which is suspected of being behind the attacks. [SNIP]
Spanish officials called it the deadliest attack ever by ETA., but Arnold Otegi, leader of Batasuna (search), an outlawed Basque party linked to the armed separatist group, denied it was behind the blasts and suggested "Arab resistance" elements were responsible.Wonder why none of the usual suspects is jumping to take credit? Could it be that they now know that at least one nation won’t sit idly by while it—or its friends—is terrorized? Just asking.
God comfort Spain.