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Janet Incompetano needs to go

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Submitted by Thomas F. (United States), Dec 28, 2009 at 12:36

The astonishing "audacity" of Janet Incompetano saying that our system "worked really very, very smoothly" is unbelievable! She is a shame to the United States of America. Our enemies, that seek our destruction, must be very pleased that our president has appointed such incompetent people to important positions.

Americans only hope for safety from terrorists is that the terrorists are too stupid to successfully carry out their suicide mission and claim their 72 virgins. As for our "Department of Homeland Security" saving us, we can forget it.

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