White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs stopped by CNN this morning to answer questions about everything Democrats are doing wrong. The main topic of discussion was the plan, that may or may not have been canceled, to hold trials for five 9/11 terrorists in lower Manhattan. Like his friend David Axelrod on Meet the Press, Gibbs wouldn't say if the trial will definitely be held in New York or even if it would definitely be held in a civilian court. But while Axelrod stuck to evasive talking points, Gibbs sought to assure America that it doesn't really matter where the trial is held, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is getting fried regardless:
"Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is going to meet justice and he's going to meet his maker... He will be brought to justice and he's likely to be executed for the heinous crimes he committed."