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JFK Evacuated Today, Should Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano Resign?

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posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 09:06 AM
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PATRIOT act lovers will be happy to know, security is being improved!





posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 09:41 AM
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"Sir, I mean mam, my 13th general order is to walk my beat, beat my meat, and f**k anything within fifteen feet, mam!"







[edit on 17-1-2010 by seasoul]



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 09:48 AM
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WoW,

what are they gonna do now?

Lock us all down? Only allowing businessmen and politicians out?




You know what, it's the airport's fault. The government should leave this crap to the airlines and airports.



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 10:22 AM
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a guy just accidentally opened a door. no bombs, no threats, just a mistake.
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posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 10:30 AM
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She must step down , she is unable to stop our own terrorists cia... Maybe a lack of money though . Nobody is following her .



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 11:06 AM
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SHOULD JANET NAPOLITANO RESIGN?

No.

Walk into a small room with a loaded revolver and blow and spray her brains all over the walls, yes, but resign, no.



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 02:55 PM
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Originally posted by 12GaugePermissionSlip
Your trying to connect one person's stupid decision with somebody else being responsible.

this is exactly the whole point about government: They never could, can't & never will be capable of any guarantees for your personal security. The Supreme Court ruled that even the police officers on the scene if you are caught up as the victim of a crime, are simply not responsible for your safety.

The same is true for the government on the whole: The Constitution provides for resistance/protection in the case of foreign invasion; That's what the State Militias & our 2nd Amendment Rights are for; These are the specifics in the Constitution that is generalized by the Preamble phrase "provide for the common defense." They have zero authority under the Law to compromise any part of the Constituiton in favor of another. In short, you are the final responsibility for your own security. It wasn't the "system" that caught the underwear bomber...It was the people on the plane that really stopped it. Those people took responsibility for their own safety on the scene because the government is simply not capable for doing it for you.

All the government can do is set ever-expanding "systems" to act against your Rights & liberties under Law & forcibly take your money to support those systems. It still surprises me how few people there are that haven't bothered to look at history & how government really work...How few people actually realize how much this "goverment" violates the very same Laws that created their jobs (under our support) in the first place. How many people fail to realize that they occupy those offices with our consent & that they have to act within the Law to keep those jobs? We the People are their employers & We the People can remove them from those jobs when they fail to follow the Constitution; It is, in truth, their contract of employment & every day people can see how much they disobey that contract.

For example, how about those "back-room deals" that are rampant in the legislation of the Health Care Reform? They use our money to bribe each other for "special deals" on virtually every Bill on which they "deliberate" & they've been doing it for decades! Look in the Constitution & see what the Penalties Under the Law that they must face for committing bribery!


Originally posted by die_another_day
You know what, it's the airport's fault. The government should leave this crap to the airlines and airports.

Yep, this is where the responsibility of airport security lies...With the airport itself; They are the ones who conduct their business by selling the convenience of travel...So they are also the ones who must provide for their own security. By allowing the government to butt in, they only violate Rights when under Oath to uphold & protect our Rights.



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