Do You NOT Miss Me Yet?

Let’s be honest, Arizona owes an apology to the rest of the country. We knew how ugly things get when Janet is in charge, but quietly letting her leave AZ for DC without a stern warning was a big mistake. Now it’s too late for that, but there’s still time to remind everyone just how poor of a track record this “public servant” has.

During what was an obvious bubble in the Arizona economy due to real estate prices skyrocketing, then Governor Napolitano decided it would be a great idea to spend every single dime possible and put Arizona on the hook for years to come with terrible budgeting. When it was time to pay the tab, she put spy cameras all over our freeways, in an attempt to “make $90 Million” in her own words, not ours. That program was a complete and utter failure, but Janet didn’t care because she had left the nightmare she created behind.

Unfortunately, now the entire country is reaping the whirlwind of this woman who makes decisions on a whim and covers up obvious failures with laughable lines like “the system worked” – when referring to last year’s attempted “underwear bombing.” The man with the bomb in his pants was only foiled by an alert passenger after easily passing through security. What exactly worked there Janet?

Maybe she was referring to things working out quite nicely for Michael Chertoff, then head of the Transportation Security Administration, now commonly called TSA, who used the underwear bomber as an excuse to order the very expensive so-called backscatter x-ray machines which show very graphic images of the genitalia and body composition of every person passing through them. Chertoff is now sitting pretty as the head of the company whose main client, Rapiscan, manufactures the machines and is making a fortune.

What has ensued since the main stream media grabbed  a hold of this story has been nothing less than a complete embarrassment, the likes of which a Federal Agency may have never seen before. Images mocking the TSA for being perverted are long in supply all over the internet and growing in numbers. The catalyst for the story moving so quickly in to center focus was the accompanying controversy over the new and highly invasive pat downs, in which a TSA agent is trained to grope innocent airline passengers, feeling once off limit body parts like breasts and genitalia.

Even Congressman Ron Paul, who visited Arizona this month, described a situation in which a TSA agent touched his privates while mocking him for being subject to the search in the first place. This is really a sick situation and frankly, Americans have had enough. The Drudge Report picked up the TSA body scanner/groping story first from a mainly online radio show hosted by Alex Jones of Austin, TX. Jones had been warning for months that the new procedures were coming to an airport near you.

Because of Drudge repeatedly pushing this story and creating so many hits on related search terms, it went “mega viral” and could not be ignored by the likes of CNN, Fox News and MSNBC along with every other legacy media conglomerate.

What has Napolitano, now frequently referred to as “Big Sis” had to say about all this? She continues to act as if there is nothing wrong with naked images and groping. That’s fine for a producer of pornographic films, but Big Sis is supposed to be a serious leader who is in charge of The United States Department of Homeland Security which presides over the TSA. She seems to think the 4th Amendment of the United States Constitution is forfeited with the purchase of an airline ticket. It’s tough to say it about someone in such a high post, but she comes across as completely clueless.

Maybe we Arizonans should have fought to keep her from going to D.C. but it was just too tempting to wave goodbye and hope for the best. Calls  for her resignation are once again surfacing, just as they had after her ridiculous comments about the system working on the underwear bomber.

The TSA has quickly fallen out of favor with millions of Americans and several airports may seek alternatives. Some airports in California are being patrolled by Police who are looking for TSA agents that commit what is being called sexual assault during the groping pat downs. They have been ordered to arrest these agents if their conduct is inappropriate. The notion that the TSA keeps us safe is a false premise if they need Police officers constantly watching them.

Just as we in Arizona had to do with the photo radar spy cameras littering our freeways, Americans are learning to stand up against ridiculous “safety measures” that are only designed to use fear to sell expensive equipment and make money for a private company on the backs of taxpayers and travelers.

The parallels are unmistakable and the next move is clear. Send Janet packing.

19 Responses to Do You NOT Miss Me Yet?

  1. Sure says:

    Napolitano and Obama have declared war on the people, and most of them are too stupid to know it.

  2. Sure says:

    Surprising the places you can find Big Sis

  3. Jury Nullification says:

    Well put..

  4. Stacey says:

    A Paradise Valley mother took a stand Monday, then ended up in jail after trying to stop construction of a new cell phone tower next to her home.

    Laura Henry was handcuffed and taken to jail around 8 a.m. Monday after refusing to leave the construction area for a new cell phone tower adjacent to her house, police said.

  5. Stacey says:

    Pilot against TSA tyrannny

  6. Stacey says:

    Ground crew security

  7. Sure says:

    Lawsuit Challenges Rental Car, Photo Ticket Collaboration

  8. Stacey says:

    ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ License Plates Become a Growing Trend in the U.S.

  9. Sure says:

    City of Phoenix hounding the Hancocks

    Phoenix City Employees out to save their jobs with… CITATIONS

  10. Stacey says:

    Woman in wheelchair and underwear misses flight at Will Rogers, blames TSA

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    Goldman Sachs – Quantitative Easing Explained

  12. Sure says:

    A Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives is now urging Congress to freeze funding for the controversial nude-image scanners being installed in airports around the nation by the Transportation Security Administration.

    U.S. Rep. Rush Holt, D-N.J., a Ph.D. physicist and current chair of the House Select Oversight Panel, also has written to ask for a meeting with TSA Administrator John Pistole to discuss his concerns regarding TSA’s implementation of X-ray backscatter full-body scanning machines at airports throughout the nation.

  13. Stacey says:

    Scumbag Chairman Lieberman of Homeland Security and Government Affairs supports body scanners and groping

    At the hearing, entitled “Closing the Gaps in Air Cargo Security,” Lieberman explicitly voiced support for the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) use of Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) and body pat downs on air passengers. TSA’s failure to explain the need for these new procedures to the traveling public, the Senator suggested, may have led to a recent outcry about their intrusiveness.

    On the new passenger security practices, the Chairman said, “Unfortunately, these are the times in which we live. We have to do everything we can to protect the traveling public. What you are doing with Advanced Imaging Technology and the pat down is very difficult but it is necessary for the security of the American public.”

    • LoneWolf says:

      I thought the TSA explained the need quite well. What part of privacy and intrusion do they not understand? What a scumbag!

  14. Sure says:

    On December 1, 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama, Parks, age 42, refused to obey bus driver James Blake’s order that she give up her seat to make room for a white passenger.

    Her action was not the first of its kind. Irene Morgan in 1946, and Sarah Louise Keys in 1955,[2] had won rulings before the U.S. Supreme Court, and the Interstate Commerce Commission, respectively, in the area of interstate bus travel.

    Nine months before Parks refused to give up her seat, 15-year-old Claudette Colvin refused to move from her seat on the same bus system.

    In New York City, in 1854, Lizzie Jennings engaged in similar activity, leading to the desegregation of the horsecars and horse-drawn omnibuses of that city.[3] But unlike these previous individual actions of civil disobedience, Parks’ action sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

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