Is Being A Moron A Requirement For A Government Job?
Thom Patterson writes on CNN.com about intelligence issues in the TSA rail and subway spot-checks (as in, the only meaningful thing anybody's uncovered is a serious lack of intelligence):
A high-profile example of VIPR's growing pains, transit officials say, is a VIPR-assisted passenger screening a year ago at Amtrak's station in Savannah, Georgia.
Instead of screening passengers as they boarded trains -- which is standard security procedure -- officers were screening passengers as they were getting off trains.
Security experts know that makes no sense, because potential terrorists probably would be interested in bringing explosives onto trains, not taking them off.
Can anybody help them spell...DUHHHHH!?