Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Shouldn't It Have Been Unanimous?

The six terrorist Imans that were thrown off a flight in Minnesota are suing America Airways but they are also suing the passengers that called the authorities. So, naturally Congress is attempting to pass legislation stating that citizens can't be sued for reporting suspicious behavior. Pretty obvious right, I mean, the government tells us to be vigilant and to report anything that is out of the ordinary. Naturally it would have been unanimous right? Maybe just a voice vote. To everyones surprise 121 members of the house voted against it. Any guesses on what party all 121 belong to? Folks, we have members of Congress on the other side in the war against radical Islam.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Jane said...

A note to the people who have a choice of airlines to fly: choose America Airways - their captains are concerned for your safety, more than can be said for all 121 house members who voted to coddle the enemy. Hopefully these 121 people will soon fly and learn what it is like to be on a plane with terrorists (and maybe the terrorists will show them just how terrifying life can be).

March 28, 2007 10:56 PM  
Anonymous Linda said...

Given their record, this is not at all surprising. It's just about what you could expect from the dems. No ethics, no patriotism, no loyalty to American. They save all their patriotism for the terrorists.

March 29, 2007 7:53 PM  
Anonymous blake said...

Every terrorist who boards a plane should immediately be deplaned, no questions asked.

April 05, 2007 7:35 PM  

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