Found at Breitbart.com;
WASHINGTON (AP) - Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says investigators did not have enough information to keep a terror suspect from boarding a flight bound for Detroit and that the system worked as it should have. (Do I take this to mean that the system will allow threats of this sort to pass undetected but we should all feel secure? Funny, I don't!)
The father of the man accused of attempting to blow up the jetliner told U.S. officials in Nigeria he was concerned about his son's extreme religious views. However, Napolitano says there was no specific information to place Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab on a no-fly list. (Never mind the stinking no-fly list. What about bomb sniffing dogs, body searches, etc. Are we to believe the best defense is having a list of names used by terrorist suspects. Yo Napolitano, do you know the definition of "ALIAS"? As an example, do you think my name is really, "Subvet"?)
Napolitano says that within 60 to 90 minutes of the incident all 120 flights that were in the air at time were contacted to make sure the attempted bombing did not extend beyond the flight to Detroit. (What did they do, check the passenger names on the manifest against their "no-fly list"?)
Napolitano appeared Sunday on ABC's "This Week."
What. A. Dumb. Bitch.
If that last statement offends any ladies reading this blog, I apologize. But if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, sounds like a duck...
That same logic applies to Janet Napolitano.