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LittleBallofHATE
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12/4/2015 5:12:57 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
And it gets worse.

Congressman Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.) was one of 47 Democrats who joined with Republicans to support a GOP bill to tighten screening requirements for "Syrian refugees." I happen to think this is moot, since the FBI director has made it crystal-clear we can screen all we want, but since there is no intelligence to refer back to, the process will yield unreliable results. That aside, Lynch is speaking out on his lack of confidence in the Department of Homeland Security as well as the Transportation Security Administration. On Tuesday, during an interview on Boston Public Radio, Lynch stated:

Back in August, we did an investigation " the inspector general did " of the Department of Homeland Security, and they had 72 individuals that were on the terrorist watch list that were actually working at the Department of Homeland Security. The director had to resign because of that. Then we went further and did and eight-airport investigation. We had staffers go into eight different airports to test the Department of Homeland Security screening process at major airports. They had a 95-percent failure rate. We had folks " this was a testing exercise, so we had folks going in there with guns on their ankles, and other weapons on their persons, and there was a 95-percent failure rate.

Six dozen DHS employees are on the terror watch list, and the TSA has a 95% failure rate. No further comment is needed. The numbers speak for themselves. (And one can only wonder how the announcement of the TSA failure rate may encourage terrorists to up the ante with respect to air travel.)

Our leaders need to take desperately needed and long overdue action to secure this nation. It"s past time, and the clock is ticking down. As Michael Ledeen of PJ Media says: "Faster please!"

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I would agree with you, but then we'd BOTH be wrong.
UtherPenguin
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12/4/2015 5:49:54 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
The average background check/screening process for Syrian Refugees is up to 2 years long. Most refugees in the United States had been put through the process long before any headlines were made: http://time.com...

Combined with the fact that the Paris shooters (the main cause of concern among the GOP) were all French and Belgian citizens and had practically no reliable connection to the Syrian refugees.

If a terrorist wanted to infiltrate the west, they would have just grabbed a passport, hopped on a plane and be in any country of choice within hours. What terrorist in the right mind would use a route as dangerous, unreliable and painstakingly long as the route the average Syrian refugee has to go through.
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Illegalcombatant
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12/5/2015 3:20:37 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 12/4/2015 5:12:57 PM, LittleBallofHATE wrote:
And it gets worse.

Congressman Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.) was one of 47 Democrats who joined with Republicans to support a GOP bill to tighten screening requirements for "Syrian refugees." I happen to think this is moot, since the FBI director has made it crystal-clear we can screen all we want, but since there is no intelligence to refer back to, the process will yield unreliable results. That aside, Lynch is speaking out on his lack of confidence in the Department of Homeland Security as well as the Transportation Security Administration. On Tuesday, during an interview on Boston Public Radio, Lynch stated:

Back in August, we did an investigation " the inspector general did " of the Department of Homeland Security, and they had 72 individuals that were on the terrorist watch list that were actually working at the Department of Homeland Security. The director had to resign because of that. Then we went further and did and eight-airport investigation. We had staffers go into eight different airports to test the Department of Homeland Security screening process at major airports. They had a 95-percent failure rate. We had folks " this was a testing exercise, so we had folks going in there with guns on their ankles, and other weapons on their persons, and there was a 95-percent failure rate.

Six dozen DHS employees are on the terror watch list, and the TSA has a 95% failure rate. No further comment is needed. The numbers speak for themselves. (And one can only wonder how the announcement of the TSA failure rate may encourage terrorists to up the ante with respect to air travel.)

Our leaders need to take desperately needed and long overdue action to secure this nation. It"s past time, and the clock is ticking down. As Michael Ledeen of PJ Media says: "Faster please!"

http://www.americanthinker.com......

Is being on the list really that big of a deal, here is a list, here is some one putting your name on the list, now your on the list.
"Seems like another attempt to insert God into areas our knowledge has yet to penetrate. You figure God would be bigger than the gaps of our ignorance." Drafterman 19/5/12
LittleBallofHATE
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12/5/2015 4:00:29 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 12/5/2015 3:20:37 AM, Illegalcombatant wrote:
At 12/4/2015 5:12:57 PM, LittleBallofHATE wrote:
And it gets worse.

Congressman Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.) was one of 47 Democrats who joined with Republicans to support a GOP bill to tighten screening requirements for "Syrian refugees." I happen to think this is moot, since the FBI director has made it crystal-clear we can screen all we want, but since there is no intelligence to refer back to, the process will yield unreliable results. That aside, Lynch is speaking out on his lack of confidence in the Department of Homeland Security as well as the Transportation Security Administration. On Tuesday, during an interview on Boston Public Radio, Lynch stated:

Back in August, we did an investigation " the inspector general did " of the Department of Homeland Security, and they had 72 individuals that were on the terrorist watch list that were actually working at the Department of Homeland Security. The director had to resign because of that. Then we went further and did and eight-airport investigation. We had staffers go into eight different airports to test the Department of Homeland Security screening process at major airports. They had a 95-percent failure rate. We had folks " this was a testing exercise, so we had folks going in there with guns on their ankles, and other weapons on their persons, and there was a 95-percent failure rate.

Six dozen DHS employees are on the terror watch list, and the TSA has a 95% failure rate. No further comment is needed. The numbers speak for themselves. (And one can only wonder how the announcement of the TSA failure rate may encourage terrorists to up the ante with respect to air travel.)

Our leaders need to take desperately needed and long overdue action to secure this nation. It"s past time, and the clock is ticking down. As Michael Ledeen of PJ Media says: "Faster please!"

http://www.americanthinker.com......

Is being on the list really that big of a deal, here is a list, here is some one putting your name on the list, now your on the list.

Can you really be that stupid? Everyone on that list is suspected of engaging in terrorist activity, or supporting terrorism. And they are in charge of defending us from terrorists. Einstein was right. There is no limit to stupidity.
I would agree with you, but then we'd BOTH be wrong.
Illegalcombatant
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12/5/2015 5:42:42 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 12/5/2015 4:00:29 AM, LittleBallofHATE wrote:
At 12/5/2015 3:20:37 AM, Illegalcombatant wrote:
At 12/4/2015 5:12:57 PM, LittleBallofHATE wrote:
And it gets worse.

Congressman Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.) was one of 47 Democrats who joined with Republicans to support a GOP bill to tighten screening requirements for "Syrian refugees." I happen to think this is moot, since the FBI director has made it crystal-clear we can screen all we want, but since there is no intelligence to refer back to, the process will yield unreliable results. That aside, Lynch is speaking out on his lack of confidence in the Department of Homeland Security as well as the Transportation Security Administration. On Tuesday, during an interview on Boston Public Radio, Lynch stated:

Back in August, we did an investigation " the inspector general did " of the Department of Homeland Security, and they had 72 individuals that were on the terrorist watch list that were actually working at the Department of Homeland Security. The director had to resign because of that. Then we went further and did and eight-airport investigation. We had staffers go into eight different airports to test the Department of Homeland Security screening process at major airports. They had a 95-percent failure rate. We had folks " this was a testing exercise, so we had folks going in there with guns on their ankles, and other weapons on their persons, and there was a 95-percent failure rate.

Six dozen DHS employees are on the terror watch list, and the TSA has a 95% failure rate. No further comment is needed. The numbers speak for themselves. (And one can only wonder how the announcement of the TSA failure rate may encourage terrorists to up the ante with respect to air travel.)

Our leaders need to take desperately needed and long overdue action to secure this nation. It"s past time, and the clock is ticking down. As Michael Ledeen of PJ Media says: "Faster please!"

http://www.americanthinker.com......

Is being on the list really that big of a deal, here is a list, here is some one putting your name on the list, now your on the list.

Can you really be that stupid? Everyone on that list is suspected of engaging in terrorist activity, or supporting terrorism. And they are in charge of defending us from terrorists. Einstein was right. There is no limit to stupidity.

I think you need to read some history about such government "lists" to put things in perspective.

Are you or are you not a communist ?
"Seems like another attempt to insert God into areas our knowledge has yet to penetrate. You figure God would be bigger than the gaps of our ignorance." Drafterman 19/5/12