As the tenth anniversary of that fateful day in September looms right around the corner, the government, especially the President, are not worried so much by an attack by Al-Queda but more so by a lone wolf attack like the one in Norway. President Obama has stated that the United States should not be preparing for a spectacular attack but more of an attack by solitary extremists.
According to President Obama, as the tenth anniversary comes around there is going to be extra vigilance and more heightened security measures. People are also wondering if the Al Queda is going to use that date to retaliate for the killing of Osama bin Laden in May. They are monitoring potential terrorist risks but feel that after that May attack the Al Queda has been left in a much weakened state.
If we listen to President Obama, we Americans should not have to worry about any type of spectacular terrorist attack on that grim anniversary but we should be on the look out for that lone gunman who has one mean weapon that would be able to create a wide scale massacre that happened in Norway where a lone gunman killed sixty nine people in July plus another eight people in a bombing.