BRENDAN MINITER says the FBI still isn’t serious about rounding up terrorists. Meanwhile The New Republic says that it’s not just the FBI: the Bush Administration as a whole isn’t serious about terrorism. Excerpt:

All of which is fine, as far as it goes. But sometime over the last month Washington seems to have forgotten that there’s another component to homeland security, and it has nothing to do with removing the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service from the Department of Agriculture: It’s called the war on terrorism.

Bush’s rhetoric, they say, is fine. It’s his actions that need to match it. I agree.