After 37,258 cyber attacks against government and private networks last year, President Bush and Department of Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff say they need $6 billion to stop attacks on Wall Street and nuclear power plants. (Here's a hint: Don't run a nuclear plant on Microsoft Windows.) The president would also like to install government sensors on private company networks. Natch, Dems don't like the plan, the Wall Street Journal reports. Not enough details, they say. But don't they know that if we give out details, the terrorists will have won?