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Port security: U.S. fails to meet deadline for scanning of cargo containers
By Douglas Frantz, Published: July 16

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7/16/2012 9:53 AM GMT+0800
SamTN
Ironic is it not? Individuals will be required to have health insurance or pay the tax/penalty, yet hospitals are not required to have malpractice insurance!

=============NH:
Nor is TSA? Nor the Democratic or Republican party, or DOD, or any of the three articles re: malfeasance, etc. Could insurance for replacement cost (functional basis, not historic) be cheaper that supporting the tinted window cast system of [dopplers] cannibalistic hypnotists who spend borrowed money to buy votes to divide and conquer and rule by slim majorities of serfs down blood line security chains instead of consensus?

xref: DOD’s job of being able to move large numbers of people to know where, er, nowhere, quickly (evacuation) rather than tie down the US with Lilliputian ropes of white collar welfare folk paid to watch people in security theatre which only teaches whom how to conform to get away with what instead of making sure citizens understand you cannot outsource liberty and training ALL citizens to do what citizens in general are expected to do as part of any job. [doppler shift]
============Null Hypothesis//

Even more ironic, as patients are added, hospital liability will go up, thereby increasing the cost of malpractice insurance.

===========NH:
xref: recapitalize the US – once families are endowed, will they be so quick to spend THEIR money on what currently the indenturing debt class grudgingly pays to keep serfs down.
===========NH//

How good will your health insurance be if hospitals start closing?
July 16, 2012 at 9:13 a.m.REPLYRECOMMEND

BrianNY
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laughing1
7/16/2012 9:49 AM GMT+0800
Something like 5% of containers are checked worldwide due to sheer volume. Global economy doesn’t stop for security and that’s the sad truth.
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jimsr121
7/16/2012 9:45 AM GMT+0800
“OBAMA FAILED”? this arrticle was featured on a sunday around 7pm est (not 1pm as posted) / let’s see how long the news management editor leaves this featured
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palmtree2001
7/16/2012 9:40 AM GMT+0800
Why am I still having to take my GD shoes off at airports?
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Nymous
7/16/2012 9:37 AM GMT+0800
Now if only we could get them to stop scanning our bodies & groping our genitals on interstate flights I might not envy those unmolested cargo containers.
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billwald
7/16/2012 9:30 AM GMT+0800
There are much simpler ways of destroying the USA. A dozen crazies with a half dozen cars and a thousand buck of equipment could burn California to the ground in two days.
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FromHerndon
7/16/2012 9:27 AM GMT+0800
Another interesting failure by Napolitano. It’s too expensive to secure our borders. It’s too expensive to deport illegal aliens. Now it’s too expensive to check containers. Sounds like we need a DHS secretary who can actually accomplish something.

The article indicates it would take another 16 billion to complete, but fails to report how much has already been spent on this project. If the project has already spent say 250 billion, 16 more might not be so bad. If they only spent 500 million, 16 billion would be totally out of the question.

It’s time for a new DHS secretary.
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beowulf3
7/16/2012 9:33 AM GMT+0800
If only. Have you checked out the rest of the “cabinet”?
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7/16/2012 9:24 AM GMT+0800
The $580 Million Black Hole
By LOREN FELDMAN
What does a financial giant owe its clients? That question is at the heart of Goldman Sachs’ battle with Dragon Systems’ founders over a sale that cost them everything.

==========Null Hypothesis:
Buy Walmart. Buy Goldman Sachs.

“If you think a company could be run better, buy it,” one Goldman Sachs partner was quoted as saying years ago, so…
===========Null Hypothesis//

SECOND QUESTION –

$2.50 Walmart Cheesesteak. $6.50 Subway roast beef sub. Walmart asile video screens show shoppers products being made.

THIRD QUESTION [crk/]

fgshul
7/16/2012 9:20 AM GMT+0800
Just one more law and or court ruling that the administration has chosen to ignore. Truly an imperial presidency, which, I believe will be around for another term.

=========Null Hypothesis:
Tax breaks for investments which can be proven to improve homeland security, including purchase of shares which result in controlling interest voting in a way which has been filed and approved prior to the purchase.
============NH//
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fgshul
7/16/2012 9:20 AM GMT+0800
Just one more law and or court ruling that the administration has chosen to ignore. Truly an imperial presidency, which, I believe will be around for another term.
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AndyLou
7/16/2012 9:09 AM GMT+0800
Sixteen billion dollars for scanning equipment at 700 ports, which I’m sure is a gross underestimate. Where is the funding for this? And what are the penalties for noncompliance? Refusing ships from all those ports? Imagine the world economy coming to a halt because of this requirement and the work that would be lost here and around the world. This sounds like a scanning equipment manufacturing lobbyist got his hand into that recommendation.
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beowulf3
7/16/2012 9:28 AM GMT+0800
Gruesomely incorrect. It is, in fact an obscenely high OVERestimate. You expected something different from a lawyer? Wise up while you can.
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Blue lights: police car pulls over a car on qibla. Headlights illuminate back of car like [[door] [door]] screen here.
Also xref: “the traffic lights they turn blue tomorrow…” (Hendrix, Jimmmie)

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