A suspected homicide bomb exploded Thursday outside the U.S. Consulate and a luxury hotel in Pakistan's biggest city, killing four people — including an American diplomat — just days ahead of President Bush's visit to Pakistan. Read more.

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Do you think the trip is worthwhile? Are you concerned for the president's safety?

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Check out what FOX Fans are saying:

“I am very concerned but the world must to see the resolve President Bush and the American people have.” — Bill (Houston, TX)

“Bush's trip is worthwhile. It is important that he maintain contact with the leaders of the few countries that have the courage to be our allies in the war on terror. Yes, I am concerned for the President's safety. It is a very dangerous part of the world. His travel there at this time is clear evidence that this man has the courage of his convictions, which is certainly more than can be said of his many critics.” — Phil (Rensselaer, NY)

“I've got a better idea... lets stop outsourcing our labor, research and development, and textiles jobs to India and Pakistan, and then we'll see where that leaves them.” Eric (South Dakota)

“Yes, I am extremely concerned with his safety. Not so much in India as Pakistan.” — Betsy

“No I am not concerned for his safety in the least. I think he should risk his life along with the others.” — Kerr

“I am nervous about the visit, but I think very important to show the world we will not be intimidated by zealots. This visit is important to Pakistan and to us. It is easy for Presidents to visit friendly areas of the world, but takes real conviction to visit areas not so friendly. Whether it does any good or not is another matter. I applaud Pres. Bush for going and showing our strength.” — Laura (Oklahoma City, OK)

“The trip will only be worth while if the Pakistani government can be persuaded to join us in the war on terror. As it stands, UBL is being kept comfortably in or near Pakistan with the blessing of the Pakistani leadership. Bush said we will go after terrorists and the country that harbors them. If we don't make good on this promise we will loose credibility and the war on terror.” — Richard (Des Moines, IA)

“Idiots like George W. Bush are actually the best friend that terrorist's could have. They won't kill someone whose idiotic actions helps their recruiting efforts and also divides the country they hate so much. God help us all that our nation can survive this man.” — John (New Orleans, LA)

“No the trip isn’t worthwhile. We are at war and Southeast Asia can wait. Our freedom is at risk now. We must concentrate.” — Craig (Austin, TX)

“Yes, I am concerned with his safety over there. It takes one person or one group to cause something stupid to happen. Yikes, that means that Cheney would be the president and that is a bigger concern to have about the president’s safety.” — Thomas

“I am extremely concerned for our president's safety. In this day and time I think it is a mistake for the leader of our free world to make these trips into very hostile territory. We have to ask ourselves, is it worth it? Is the trip worth losing him to an attack of any kind? In my opinion, it is not. We need to keep him here and as safe as possible.” — Pat

“Of course the trip to India was worthwhile! If the importance of this relationship weren't so strategic and economically crucial to our economy and security the president wouldn't have insisted on going.” — Mark (Hilo, HI)

“My momma used to say, ‘if you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchen.’ ” — Rebecca (Indianapolis, IN)

“Why should we worry about his safety? He doesn't care to much about ours. Ask the people of New Orleans. He lied to them about there safety. How about our ports? if he cared about stopping terrorism he would have stop the take over. All he cares about is himself and his rich neo-con buddies. the sooner he gets out of Washington the better we will be!” — Tom (Newton, NJ)

“Yes, I am concerned with the president's safety whenever he travels in Muslim areas. However, his trip also speaks to his courage as he conducts foreign policy abroad.” — Fred (Walnut Grove, CA)