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Flying public be damned - we have to please Muslims and ACLU!!!

Reader comment on item: Janet Napolitano's Mentality

Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Dec 29, 2009 at 15:07

It is obvious Napolitano is totally unfit for the job. But then she is simply following the line drawn in the sand by big O and that is not to be crossed. Never ever call any Muslim a terrorist or acknowledge any terrorist act as such. Just treat it as a common criminal behavior otherwise the Arab masters will be mad. This is why the Fort Hood Muslim terrorist was not called a terrorist by O and the Army chief.

As for the threat profile, even the Bush administration refused to profile Muslims as potential terrorists. Instead, it will search grannies, nuns and babies for the weapons and bombs to be fair to Muslims. One has to ask if nearly 100% of the terrorist are Muslims, one would look for a bomber among Muslims or among nuns??

Western leaders have abandoned all common sense and in the process become nut jobs who can't differentiate between evil and good!!! Is there a solution short kicking them all out of the office and start with a clean slate of politicians who would not be afraid of telling the truth and do what is necessary to protect the public!!! If it ruffles some feathers then so be it!!!


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