"We're in a new era now. The first 9/11 when jumbo jets became weapons should have taught us to think outside the box when imagining attacks on the homeland. Dirty bombs, Ebola. Sarin. Breast bombs. Gone is the age of a whistling Officer O'Riley walking his beat, checking that shop doors are locked," he says.
Spokesman Andrew Malcolm said Wednesday Walden hadn't read the bill but looked forward to learning its details.