Terror-hungry al Qaeda followers are inside the United States and want to attack targets here and elsewhere around the world, according to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano. Napolitano's blunt comments on Wednesday night come a day after President Obama announced that he'd send 30,000 additional U.S. troops to Afghanistan. Extremists have been "sent here from the border region of Afghanistan and Pakistan to commit more acts of terror," Napolitano warned, adding that the recent spate of domestic terror arrests should "remove any remaining comfort" in the Bushian notion that "if we fight the terrorists abroad, we won't have to fight them here." In September, Denver airport shuttle driver Najibullah Zazi was arrested after allegedly training with Pakistan al Qaeda, while in October Chicago businessman David C. Headley was accused of conspiring with Lashkar-i-Taiba, an extremist Islamic group in Pakistan. Maybe the color of fear should be part of Homeland Security terror alert chart?