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Source: Fox News
June 24, 2012
Right arm snhadley. Incompetence at its height
Unplugged should equate to unemployed!
Bump and an amen to the fine previous posts of all three of my friends.Yes,you can rest assured that with a name like this,the screener will NEVER be fired.Grand idea to have the fox guard the hen house.
Recalling every one to be screened just added to the problem. Anyone with a lick of sense who had gotten through with something could have left it on the clean side then retrieved it after screening. I think screener Alija Abdul Majed, should be immediatly fired. The very first thing you do when you come on duty is check your equipment. H e l l this thing could have been off for days. I'm willing to bet he/she will get promoted.
Quote: "How can you expect the public to feel confident of the mission of the TSA if they don't even know if the lights are turned on?" I am unaware that the public has any confidence in TSA. No comment necessary about the lights being turned on...
So,it's come to either this or frisking little 90 year old ladies in wheel chairs.Typical of a government agency,the "DUH" factor is alive and well.
With all this need for heightened security and advancement in it's technology, who knew getting around said security is as easy as literally pulling a plug.
Finding qualified personnel really isn't all that difficult as long as you know exactly what type of person fits your qualifications. These inadequately trained, lesser qualified personnel are not prepared to protects the Nation's transportation systems.
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