I just wonder whether or not americans will be willing to submit to roadblocks, searches, sanctioned racial profiling, and internal passports to travel. Many Arab-Americans already have been victims of "racial" profiling, because of 9-11. In the Detroit area, HUNDEREDS of Arab men were "voluntarily asked" to assist the FBI with questions regarding the attacks. NONE of the men interviewed (the vast majority were LEGAL American citizens who showed up thinking they were doing the right thing for THEIR country) are know to be in any way involved with any terrorist organizations. Living in the Detroit area (largest concentration of Arab-Americans in the country lives here) I have seen Arab men at the airport get "special" scrutinty. While on a bus-trip from Michigan back to New England, two months after 9-11 to visit my family, our bus driver literally said out loud "I don't trust that." When two Arab men boarded the bus with large suitcases. I DO understand that Arab men ARE the profile we SHOULD be looking for, but there's a fine line between safety and trampling on fellow American's rights solely because of their skin-complexion/ethnicity.