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Horror Movie Spoiler Alert

Reader comment on item: Janet Napolitano's Mentality

Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Dec 28, 2009 at 23:22


"In brief, because law enforcement refuses to "threat profile" and focus on Muslims, the flying public is both inconvenienced and unsafe. (December 28, 2009)'"

As bad as that is, it's represents only a tiny fraction of the extensive dysfunctionality of our society. The failed attempt on the plane is merely a single frame from what amounts to an epic horror movie. Other interesting frames from the same movie are:

1. Plot development from an earlier scene, like how Ms. Nappy brained nitwit was too busy with more important things than our security, thereby providing an open invitation for A.Q. to "attack us, please."

2. And from later scenes, like how instead of a military tribunal, the intended perp will be defended at taxpayer expense by a literally "criminal" lawyer, who for some reason hasn't yet been disbarred.

3. Also in the wake of the "failed" bombing, there are multiple examples of it's actual partial success.

Add to that the fact that, as I mentioned on another thread, while this attack appears to have been connected to the Ft. Hood attack through their common Imam, curiously that potential connection is ignored, and the "incidences" are called "isolated" by willfully clueless idiots at the highest levels.

There's a lot more, but I wouldn't want to give away too much of the plot.


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