Has CAIR filed suit yet?
Related: "No-fly list' flaws seen in suspect's boarding of plane USA Today
WASHINGTON — Suspected terrorist Faisal Shahzad's boarding of a flight in New York on Monday exposes a security hole that the government has yet to close after spending seven years and half a billion dollars to fix the problem.
The breach by Shahzad occurred partly because the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) still leaves it to airlines to check the government's "no-fly list" to make sure no one barred from commercial airplanes is a passenger. The TSA has wanted since 2003 to take over the process, but its proposed "Secure Flight " program has been stalled by opposition and controversy over privacy.
Mind you, this is after the Christmas balls bomber got on a plane after paying in cash -- with no luggage, but the TSA is strip searching grammy. Got that?
This is your president during a long and ugly war -- civilized men vs barbarians. Civilized men get demonized and the savages get Miranda rights, NASA intel, entrepreneurship summits and nukes.