Telling off Janet Napolitano (who is, by the way, an old friend)

by francine Hardaway on December 28, 2009


Why inconvenience millions when you can just put a single person on a don't fly list? It's backwards. Send this around if you agree.

Francine Hardaway, Ph.D, Stealthmode Partners

"The stumble throws us forward."

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Derek Neighbors December 28, 2009 at 10:14 am

This is the same lady who increased our spending from $6B to $10B in less than a decade in the State of Arizona. Then ran off at first chance to take a federal position. Now that we are facing a $4B short fall she is no where to be found. Imagine that.

Dare you expect her to now be pragmatic about flying regulations. Surely you jest.

hardaway December 28, 2009 at 11:04 am

I just think it's nuts to penalize every passenger. Why not just scan
everyone before they get on the plane or fix the watch list?

And arizona's budget? Another, much larger story.

Francine Hardaway, Ph d
Twitter: @Hardaway

ursulas December 28, 2009 at 11:29 am

I still feel this way! I was upset when all of the stripping and probing happened after the Dawn of Terrorism under Bush and now this!
I pee too often as well.
(cute pjs)

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