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Napolitano: Scanners are safe, pat-downs discreet

• USA Today
Nearly a year after a thwarted terrorist attack on a Detroit-bound airliner last Christmas Day, the recent attempt by terrorists to conceal and ship explosive devices aboard aircraft bound for the United States reminds us that al-Qaeda and those inspired by its ideology are determined to strike our global aviation system and are constantly adapting their tactics for doing so.

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Comment by Dracula Tepish
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this creature is insane and i bet anything it is not human but a reptoid in disquise 

its voice is like the god fahter in the movie god father

it never has gone through anything it would be better it went and stuck it head in 1000 watt microwave and turn it up on full blast oops i think it already has look how ugly it is

and insane

Comment by Lonnie Faubion
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 LOL I don't believe any type of hi tech devise known to man could stand the shock of imaging JP naked. It would surly blow all to hell.

Comment by Robert Bilyeu
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This must be the reason Ms. Napolitano refused to submit herself to the scanner, allowing one of her underlings to demonstrate.  Foolish me, I was under the mistaken understanding that our leaders lead  by example.

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