Dec 29 2009

Vote Of No Confidence In Team Obama, Secretary Napolitano

Mr. President -

You have been measured;

You have been weighed;

And you and your team have been found wanting:

A Nigerian Muslim’s attempt to blow up an airliner landing in Detroit on Christmas Day has Americans much more concerned about the dangers of another terrorist attack.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 79% of U.S. voters now think it is likely there will be another terrorist attack in the United States in the next year. That’s a 30-point jump from the end of August when just 49% of Americans felt that way.

The American people do not have faith in you and your administration Mr President – buy 4 to 1. But who could blame them, when an incompetent buffoon acting as Secretary of Homeland Defense first claims the system worked like clockwork, and then the next day claims only a fool would say what she said the day before.

Get a clue – we know you are a failure. Heaven help you and the Democrats if al Qaeda gets another attack through (recall, you have the Ft Hood massacre already on your watch) and proves it beyond any doubt.

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  1. AJ,

    This pretty much covers it, IMO.

    http://terrortrendsbulletin.wordpress.com/2009/12/28/what-if-umar-farouk-abdulmutallab-had-succeeded/

    But there is one other thing that we can be almost certain of had Abdulmutallab succeeded in blowing up that airplane: today, 28 December 2009, 3 days later, members of the news media would be reading press releases from the White House, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI declaring that there is “no indication of terrorist involvement.”

    Although I think the author is wrong about people on the ground getting hurt.

    Had Abdulmutallab succeeded in blowing open the fuselage of the Airbus airliner, it could very easily have come down in whole or in parts over homes and more people would have been killed.

    Large portions of Detroit are effectively uninhabited.

    See:
    http://utopiography.wordpress.com/2009/08/05/detroit-is-that-you-friend-part-i/