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Minimal Profiling:

Posted by avideditor on January 6, 2010

Minimal Profiling:: “When a young man looking like this arrives at the airport, and pays in cash for a one way ticket:
And he comes from a country that does things like this in the name of religion:
Then you might want to consider a secondary search, whether he’s on your stupid no fly list or not. Hey, I’m just saying.

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Cutting to the chase in the NYTimes airline security debate

Posted by avideditor on December 29, 2009

Cutting to the chase in the NYTimes airline security debate: “THE NYTIMES ASKED 3 SUPPOSED EXPERT ABOUT AIRLINE SECURITY:

Room for Debate

What’s Missing in Airport Security?

Can safety rules be tightened without clogging up air travel?

YES: JUST USE PROFILING!

OF COURSE: NOT ONE EXPERT THE NYTIMES FEATURED EVEN USED THE WORD PROFILING.

LIBERALS ARE FREAKIN’ INSANE.

PC IS NOT A PRESCRPTION FOR SOCIAL HARMONY; IT’S A RECIPE FOR COLLECTIVE SUICIDE.

MORE ON PROFILING HERE.

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Profiling is Essential

Posted by avideditor on December 29, 2009

Profiling: “

drybonesprofiling.jpg

Dry Bones: Profiling

Meanwhile, CAIR’s instant response was to issue a press release:

Plane Incidents in Ariz., Mich. Raise Profiling Concerns:

…The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today called on airline passengers, crews and security personnel to avoid ethnic and religious ‘profiling’ in the wake of the attempted bombing of a flight arriving in Detroit on Christmas Day…

And pay no attention to that man behind the curtain…

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