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Dumb and Dangerous: America's Fast Pass for Saudi Arabia

DrJones Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 10:36 PM
As usual, Malkin's article is filled with misinformation and incomplete. Not everybody in a country is a "trusted traveler." Rather, certain people willing to pay fees in order to submit to extensive background checks including extensive interviews with U.S. agents, and willing to have extensive personal information loaded into U.S. databases along with databases in their own country can bypass some lines after presenting their passport and allowing themselves to be fingerprinted at an initial kiosk.
It's business as usual in the post-9/11 world. Your federal government is back to pandering to wealthy travelers from Saudi Arabia. In the eyes of our massive homeland security apparatus, the comfort of Saudis is a higher priority than the safety of American citizens.

And thanks to reckless, feckless bureaucrats who fear being labeled "racists," "xenophobes" and "Islamophobes," political correctness remains the handmaiden of terror.

According to a new report released this week by the Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT), President Obama's Department of Homeland Security plans to bestow "trusted traveler" status to travelers from Saudi Arabia. Yes, the home of 15 of...