Pale Ebenezer and Roaring Bill

My friend Ray Hartwell, a frequent flier, has been talking with fellow passengers to discover what they think about airline security issues in the aftermath of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab’s Christmas Day attempt to blow up Northwest Flight 253. His findings, contained in a Washington Times op-ed, suggest that the American flier views these matters more sensibly than the likes of John Brennan and Janet Napolitano.
As Ray concedes, this isn’t surprising, but it’s good to know.

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