By Jay Sekulow
The left's outrage over the IRS turns to a plea to 'move on'
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Woe betide the hapless backpackers who stumble upon the Olympic Park in London's East End this summer. They may feel the might of Britain's biggest security operation since World War II come crashing down upon them.
"The games should be about sport and fun, but the security is overwhelming. I almost wanted to turn back when I got to the entrance," said Ms. Iriondo, referring to the airport-style scanners. "I know it's for our safety, but it is over the top."
"It is outrageous that they are putting snipers on roofs of residential buildings," said Josune Iriondo, who lives nearby in Hackney in North London.