Skip to comments.Hillary and Chuck Take Notice
Posted on 06/28/2005 6:07:32 AM PDT by OESYEdited on 06/28/2005 6:08:49 AM PDT by Sidebar Moderator. [history]
Sen. Chuck Schumer's weekly Sunday press conferences often seem designed more to promote Chuck Schumer than to shed light on any truly dire situation in need of urgent attention.
Last weekend's briefing, though, was notably different.
Following a number of stories in The Post last week that highlighted the porous nature of small-airport security, Schumer called for heightened federal scrutiny over small airports.
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Putting aside the politics, how about the priorities? A Cessna is not a 747 laden with jet fuel and, as we have seen, is more likely to pancake against a building than cause any more damage than a car running into the same building.
But Hillary and Chuck are demanding a federal investigation. So how come, when actual lives were lost in the tragic Staten Island Ferry incident a few years ago, they were silent? Could it be they didn't want a federal probe because Chuck's wife was in charge and negligent?
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The guy is a self-serving POS. One finger in the wind... and another up his a$$!
Hah, when the heinous one's driver blew past security at Westchester Airport and actually struck a security guard.....why that was just fine, wasn't it!
oh, I didn't know that...what's the story?
Her SUV drove up on the tarmac towards her plane and refused to stop when the security guard waved them to stop.
The driver sped by and hit the guard.
Injured but not seriously.
Imagine if any republican had done such a thing.
geez, how much did they pay the guy to shut up?
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