BOY, I FEEL SAFE …
Wow, did you catch this comment by Obama Home Land Security Secretary Janet Napolitano? She says that she is surprised by the determination of Al-Qaeda and their tactics. WHAT!
President Barack Obama gives a speech of how he is going to be tough of terrorism and Al-Qaeda and we have comments like this from the person who is his Home Land Security Secretary … Good Grief!
Via the Gateway Pundit
America, do you feel safe with these people in charge? Where has Napolitano been since the attacks on September 11, 2001? It is almost incomprehensible that this individual is in charge of the safety of the United States from terrorism.
From The Founding Bloggers … The is the death of preemption personified and put into words as seen below spoken by Brennen. Its a policy of reaction not preemption. GREAT!
Transcript from The Chicago Sun-Times:
Question: What was the most shocking, stunning thing that you found out of the review? And, Secretary, to you, as well.
MR. BRENNAN: Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is an extension of al Qaeda core coming out of Pakistan. And, in my view, it is one of the most lethal and one of the most concerning of it. The fact that they had moved forward to try to execute this attack against the homeland I think demonstrated to us — and this is what the review sort of uncovered — that we had a strategic sense of sort of where they were going, but we didn’t know they had progressed to the point of actually launching individuals here. And we have taken that lesson, and so now we’re full on top of it.
SECRETARY NAPOLITANO: I think, following up on that, not just the determination of al Qaeda and al Qaeda Arabian Peninsula, but the tactic of using an individual to foment an attack, as opposed to a large conspiracy or a multi-person conspiracy such as we saw in 9/11, that is something that affects intelligence. It really emphasizes now the renewed importance on how different intelligence is integrated and analyzed, and threat streams are followed through. And, again, it will impact how we continue to review the need to improve airport security around the world.