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The Cost of Life (Clinton/Gore Sellout of Security for Campaign Contributions) **FR EXCLUSIVE** #2
Thread One ^ | 9/23/01 | Jon Loose and Connie Hair

Posted on 09/23/2001 1:37:36 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar

At the invitation of UPI, Jon Loose and I wrote this op-ed and submitted it a week ago. UPI told us that every single person who read it there said that this was not commentary but that it was news. They have told us they were assigning staff to cover this story.

Since Newsmax has broken the story, I thought it time to put out information that has not yet come to light.


The Cost of Life
By Jon Loose and Connie Hair

Hindsight is always 20/20. You see causes and proactive avenues that could have altered the outcome. Sometimes these ignored actions are discounted as unreasonable. Other times, you point your finger at a deserved party.

In the wake of the terrorist attack on the United States on September 11, 2001, the most compelling raison d'être is that we failed to take our own advice. More specifically, the weaknesses in airport security were largely identified a number of years ago.

In July of 1996, in the wake of the crash of TWA flight 800, President Clinton convened the White House Commission on Aviation Safety and Security by executive order 13015 to take place on August 22, 1996. He gave the commission 45 days to “study matters involving aviation safety and security, including air traffic control and to develop a strategy to improve aviation safety and security, both domestically and internationally,” then present their conclusions. He named Vice President Al Gore to head the commission. By special invitation of the President, Victoria Cummock was named to the commission. Ms. Cummock lost her husband in the explosion of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scottland some eight years prior. According to Newsday, Cummock held the reputation at the time of “the airlines’ most tenacious foe.”

Five years prior to September 11, 2001, Gore held a press conference to announce the commission’s preliminary report that promised, “to take the strongest measures possible to reduce the risk of terrorism and sabotage to airline passengers and crews.” Gore further stated that their upcoming proposed measures will, “be put into place quickly and effectively and will help ensure that airline travel remains as safe as possible for all travelers.” A solid and factual preliminary report backed up Gore’s comments.

Ten days later, just prior to the 1996 election, Gore penned a letter to airline lobbyist Carol Hallett, promising that the commission's findings would not cause the airlines any loss of revenue. The very next day the Democratic National Committee received a check in the amount of $40,000 from TWA. Over the next two weeks Northwest, United and American Airlines donated $55,000 more.

In the next two months the Democratic National Committee pocketed over $250,000 from American Airlines. United Airlines threw in an additional $100,000. Northwest Airlines added $53,000. That’s a grand total of over half a million dollars. According to the Washington Times, Whitehouse Spokesman, Ginny Terzano gave no denial when asked whether Al Gore solicited these airline donations personally.

Contributory advice and suggestions were being sought and incorporated into the draft(s) of the report by all sides of the aisle and divisions of government including intelligence agencies, transportation agencies and military personnel. The draft final form was presented to the 21 participating commissioners in January of 1997. According to the Washington Times, a significant number of security measures were removed from the proposed final draft of the report.

Victoria Cummock and CIA Director John Deutch were resolute in their opposition to the “softball” report. Gore was given no choice but to pull back the report. Reinstalled were sensible new procedures that would cost the airlines millions of dollars.

· Conduct airport vulnerability assessments and develop action plans
· Require criminal background checks and FBI fingerprint checks for all screeners, and all airport and airline employees with access to secure areas
· Deploy existing technology
· Signifi cantly expand the use of bomb-sniffing dogs
· Complement technology with automated passenger profiling
· Certify screening companies and improve screener performance
· Aggressively test existing security systems
· Use the Customs Service to enhance security
· Give properly cleared airline and airport security personnel access to the classified information they need to know
· Begin implementation of full bag-passenger match · Providing more compassionate and effective assistance to families of victims
· Improve passenger manifests
· Significantly increase the number of FBI agents assigned to counter-terrorism investigations, to improve intelligence, and to crisis response
· Provide anti-terrorism assistance in the form of airport security training to countries where there are airports served by airlines flying to the US

The security measures were in the final recommendation report. However, the implementation timetable was nowhere to be found.

In February of 1997, Victoria Cummock called the report “toothless.” She informed Gore that unless specific implementation dates were added in the report she would file a dissent, because the airline industry would not have to do anything until such measures were mandated.

On February 12, 1997, an open meeting was held on the commission’s final report. Gore made a point to inform Ms. Cummock that he would leave room for her dissent to the final report. NBC Dateline caught these comments on videotape. Also on videotape was Mr. Gore presenting the final report to President Clinton minutes later and pronouncing that the report had unanimous consent. But it didn’t.

Victoria Cummock filed suit claiming that Gore pressured her to abandon her call for counter-terrorist measures, the right to see commission files of which she was denied, and the right to file her 42-page dissent. It was her ambition to see the commission’s findings presented accurately within the final report. Gore painted Cummock, who had lost her husband in a terrorist act, as a disgruntled commissioner.

In mid 1999 Ms. Cummock won her case in the D.C. Court of Appeals. In the long drawn out and impeded discovery process a memo was discovered from a CIA staffer, specializing in psychological profiling. According to The American Spectator, the memo stated that Cummock could be "kept in line if she believes progress could be made" but "could become a major problem."

On September 11, 2001, those ultimately responsible for the destruction of thousands of precious lives were the terrorists who pulled the knives and steered the planes.

But playing politics and intentionally ignoring obvious safety and security voids in an industry that has been a target of terrorists for over thirty years is unconscionable.

Now the airlines are paying the price. We all are.


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Editorial
KEYWORDS: 19960822; 19970212; airlinelobbyist; airlines; algore; americanairlines; aviationsafety; aviationsecurity; billclinton; bribery; carolhallett; clinton; conniehair; deutch; donations; eo13015; flight103; flight800; flt103; flt800; ginnyterzano; gore; hallett; johndeutch; lockerbie; northwest; panamflight103; terzano; twa; twaflight800; united; vickycummock; victoriacummock; whcass
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1 posted on 09/23/2001 1:37:36 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Nita Nupress
New thread for all of your great research posts!
2 posted on 09/23/2001 1:39:21 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Nita Nupress
If you have that great last article that you just posted on thread one in a pre-formatted form, please repost here. It was GREAT! THANKS!
3 posted on 09/23/2001 1:40:51 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: JeanS, Sandy, amom, 2ndMostConservativeBrdMember, Lurker, Jeff Head
Ping!
4 posted on 09/23/2001 1:42:37 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Clinton's a liar
Bump
5 posted on 09/23/2001 1:43:22 PM PDT by fella
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To: Clinton's a rapist, Dog Gone, McGavin999, blackie, Republic
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6 posted on 09/23/2001 1:43:35 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Clinton's a liar
Bump for justice.
7 posted on 09/23/2001 1:43:40 PM PDT by OwenKellogg
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To: Clinton's a liar
Bump!
8 posted on 09/23/2001 1:44:48 PM PDT by Samizdat
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To: fella
Thanks for the bump, fella!
9 posted on 09/23/2001 1:44:50 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Clinton's a liar
bump
10 posted on 09/23/2001 1:44:59 PM PDT by t-shirt
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To: OwenKellogg
Thanks for the bump, OwenKellog!
11 posted on 09/23/2001 1:45:22 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Clinton's a liar
WOW!

CAL ...hold Gore's feet to the fire on this one...

Stunning!

12 posted on 09/23/2001 1:45:32 PM PDT by Dog
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To: Samizdat
Hugs.
13 posted on 09/23/2001 1:45:43 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: t-shirt
Hiya, t-shirt! Thanks for the bump!
14 posted on 09/23/2001 1:46:10 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Dog
Thanks, Dog. My writing partner is the super-sleuth on this! I just batted cleanup!
15 posted on 09/23/2001 1:47:02 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: illstillbe,Howlin,Irma,Teacup,mombonn,Miss Marple,Chairman_December 19th_Society,M Kehoe,kayak
You all need to see this..
16 posted on 09/23/2001 1:47:34 PM PDT by Dog
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To: Doug Fiedor
Ping!
17 posted on 09/23/2001 1:48:02 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: OneidaM,lysander13135,Jemian,Bitwhacker,1John,milagro,Molly Pitcher,Travis McGee,Recovering Democrat
Ping!
18 posted on 09/23/2001 1:49:39 PM PDT by Dog
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To: Clinton's a Liar, Jon Loose, Dog
Incredible work. Thanks for the post.

Dog, hold Bubba's and Hilliary's feet to the fire more like it. Gore didn't wipe his nose without the Toons' permission.

19 posted on 09/23/2001 1:50:01 PM PDT by mewzilla
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To: mewzilla
But Gore isnt the scared cow of the liberal media...he is an easier target to investigate..
20 posted on 09/23/2001 1:51:21 PM PDT by Dog
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To: Clinton's a liar
Want me to round up some more people??
21 posted on 09/23/2001 1:52:06 PM PDT by Dog
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To: Dog
Sure! The more people who see this information, the better! The really great thing about FR is that once we get our teeth into hard facts, we spread the word!

Thanks, Dog.

22 posted on 09/23/2001 1:53:19 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Dog
You're right. Works for me.
23 posted on 09/23/2001 1:55:05 PM PDT by mewzilla
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To: headsonpikes, hispanarepublicana, Louis Gonzalez
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24 posted on 09/23/2001 1:55:52 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: doug from Upland,Cool Guy,kd5cts,b4its2late.Timeout,COB1,MadIvan,Snow Bunny,John Huang2,Clive
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25 posted on 09/23/2001 1:56:27 PM PDT by Dog
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To: Hugh Hewitt
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26 posted on 09/23/2001 1:57:27 PM PDT by Dog
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To: Clinton's a liar
Incredible read. Thanks!! People need to see just how important character does matter. If this nation would simply elected men and women of integrity and of good character we wouldn't have the problems we have today.

Can't we start some sort of grass roots initiative that promotes electing people of good character? People of integrity and background that PROVE this by their past work?

27 posted on 09/23/2001 1:57:41 PM PDT by Boxsford
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28 posted on 09/23/2001 1:59:45 PM PDT by Dog
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To: Clinton's a liar
The Washington Times
www.washtimes.com

High-flying politics
Tony Blankley

Published 9/6/2000

Al Gore is about to have woman troubles: No, not that kind. Her name is Victoria Cummock. She alleges that Mr. Gore was in bed, not with a woman, but with the airline industry he was entrusted to investigate when TWA Flight 800 went down. In June last year she won a little-noted decision in the D.C. Court of Appeals that keeps her search for truth alive. The search continues, and Mr. Gore is about to learn that Mrs. Cummock is not a woman with whom to be trifled.

What brings her case to mind is the maxim of Washington journalism that if a politician champions a particular value, he deserves to be measured by that standard himself. So, when I see Mr. Gore repeatedly assume the heroic pose on behalf of the little guy against the powerful special interests, my thoughts turn to Victoria Cummock. Here's why.

In 1996, in the aftermath of the crash of TWA Flight 800, President Clinton personally called Mrs. Cummock to ask her to serve as a commissioner on The White House Commission on Aviation Safety, created to investigate the crash. He also appointed Mr. Gore to be its chairman. She was chosen because her husband had been killed in the Pan Am 103/Lockerbie crash. Since then, she had become a leading passenger-rights advocate, and Mr. Clinton had assured her he sincerely wanted to develop new, tough counter-terrorism procedures. He instructed Mr. Gore to make recommendations within 45 days.

The Gore Commission produced a tough preliminary report, and at a Sept. 9, 1996, press conference Mr. Gore publicly asserted the need for those changes. And then, all hell broke loose — but for Mr. Gore, not for the terrorists. "Within ten days, the whole [airline] industry jumped all over Al Gore," Mrs. Cummock reported. On Sept. 19, Mr. Gore sent a letter to airline lobbyist Carol Hallett, promising that the commission's findings would not cause the airlines any loss of revenue. The next day the Democratic National Committee received a $40,000 contribution from TWA. In the next two weeks Northwest, United and American Airlines donated $55,000 more.

In the following two months (leading up to the November 1996 presidential elections) American Airlines donated a quarter of a million dollars to the Democrats. United Airlines donated $100,000 to the DNC. Northwestern upped its anty to $53,000. In all, Mr. Gore and the Democrats collected almost half a million dollars between the election and the day — two months before — that Mr. Gore assured the airlines his commission wouldn't cost them any money.

At the time, White House spokesperson Ginny Terzano refused either to confirm or deny that Mr. Gore personally solicited the airline contributions. But that is not what got Victoria Cummock's dander up.

In January 1997, Mr. Gore's staff circulated a draft final report that eliminated all security measures from their findings. Not only Mrs. Cummock, but CIA Director and fellow Commissioner John Deutch complained. So Mr. Gore pulled back the draft. In February Mr. Gore finally came up with the classic Washington ploy. The final report called for sensible new procedures that would cost the airlines millions of dollars: 450 high tech bomb detectors, more training for airport security, criminal background checks for security personnel, increased canine patrols. But Victoria Cummock noticed one thing was missing — there was no timetable to accomplish these requirements. She informed the vice president that without timetables, the report was "toothless" and she couldn't support it, but instead would file a dissent.

It was a classic Washington victory. The policy wonks got their proposals noticed, the airlines got their bottom line protected and Mr. Gore got his party the money. The only losers were the passengers, who got no increased security from terrorism. So, when Mr. Gore actually had a chance to fight, rather than talk about, the powerful special interests on behalf of the little guy, he turned his money-stuffed coat and protected the interests that bought him.

In an open meeting on Feb. 12, Mr. Gore stated that he would leave room in the final report for Victoria Cummock's dissent. A few minutes later at the White House, as Mr. Gore presented the final report to President Clinton, the vice president announced that the report was unanimous. Both of those Gore lies are on video tape. NBC's Dateline has the tapes.

And so Mrs. Cummock went to court. Not on behalf of some conspiracy theory, but on the right to see commission files that were denied her and the right to file a dissent. She only wanted the commission's own findings to be enforced. After winning in the D.C. Court of Appeals last year, she is slowly gaining discovery of the commission's secret files.

She has already found one interesting document in the secret commission files: A letter to Mr. Gore from his now famous convicted felon fund-raiser Maria Hsia. In that note she talks about the successful fund-raiser at the Buddhist Temple and asks the vice president for help in getting government funding for her to be part of the Project Citizenship initiative. Now, however did that note end up in the secret Gore Commission files? More to come.

This column was researched with the assistance of John B. Roberts II who first reported many of these facts in the American Spectator.

E-mail: tonyblankley@erols.com

Copyright © 2001 News World Communications, Inc. All rights reserved.

Can be found on the web here

29 posted on 09/23/2001 2:01:43 PM PDT by Amelia
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To: Clinton's a liar
--well, I'm going to copy and paste it, and send it to the georgia delegation. I know we got dem senators, but maybe zell will see it. I know barr will like it. We have needed for a long time for some high ranking politicos to BE PUT IN JAIL over these sheananigans. It's needs TV time, too, let's do a force multiplier and pick ONE place or tv journalist to send it to, then it won't be ignored. A few thousand requests might sink in! You pick!
30 posted on 09/23/2001 2:02:29 PM PDT by zog
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To: Boxsford
Thanks, Boxford! My writing partner did the research, I merely batted cleanup!

We've been screaming from the rooftops here on FR that CHARACTER MATTERS in our elected officials! Hopefully, more people will take this to heart!

31 posted on 09/23/2001 2:03:58 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Clinton's a liar

"We will achieve a national goal of reducing the fatal aircraft accident rate by 80% within 10 years."President William J. Clinton, February 12, 1997

WHITE HOUSE COMMSSION ON AVIATION SAFETY AND SECURITY THE DOT STATUS REPORT

FAA News
Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, DC 20591


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
APA 24-97
Wednesday, Feb. 12, 1997
Contact: Mark Hess
(202) 267-3883

FAA Statement On White House Commission On Aviation Safety And Security

The recommendations contained in the final report of the White House Commission on Aviation Safety and Security will help ensure that America’s civil aviation system remains the world leader in safety and security. The FAA is ready to work with the White House, the Congress and the aviation community to see that the recommendations are implemented as quickly as possible.

Because of the leadership provided by President Clinton, Vice President Gore and the Congress, the security measures outlined in the Commission’s interim report are underway. Already, the FAA is deploying high-tech explosive detection systems in the nation’s airports, training teams of bomb-sniffing dogs, hiring of new security and hazardous materials agents, and preparing new rules to verify the backgrounds of airport employees and certify the people at our airport checkpoints.

The FAA will move quickly to implement the recommendations contained in the final report. Where new legislation is required, the FAA will work with the Congress to develop the appropriate laws. Where new rules are required, the FAA will begin drafting the proposed rules as expeditiously as possible. The FAA appreciates that the Commission has recognized that financial reform will be key to the FAA’s fulfillment of its safety mission and successful implementation of these recommendations.


FINAL REPORT TO PRESIDENT CLINTON VICE PRESIDENT AL GORE, CHAIRMAN FEBRUARY 12, 1997

On this page, scroll way down to Appendix I for Commissioner's Cummock Dissent Letter

32 posted on 09/23/2001 2:04:04 PM PDT by Brian Mosely
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To: Amelia
Thank you for re-posting Mr. Blankley's piece!
33 posted on 09/23/2001 2:04:30 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: mrustow
fyi
34 posted on 09/23/2001 2:05:42 PM PDT by jonatron
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To: zog
Thank you for your efforts, zog. As time passes and this country begins to move from shock and overwhelming grief to reflection, the truth needs to be put forth.
35 posted on 09/23/2001 2:06:08 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Clinton's a liar
Ditto that.
36 posted on 09/23/2001 2:06:28 PM PDT by Samizdat
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To: Clinton's a liar
Everyone knows that campaign funds were far more important to clinton and gore then American lives.

The wholesale of our national security proves it.

God please let the mindless media wake up from their stupor.

Let them admit what clinton and gore are.... TRAITORS!

37 posted on 09/23/2001 2:06:37 PM PDT by Bullish
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To: Clinton's a liar
You did GOOD, CAL!!!! You did GOOD!!!! I hope this is distributed far and wide. It needs to be... plus all the other criminal activities of our UnAmerican Ex President & First Witch.
38 posted on 09/23/2001 2:07:36 PM PDT by Gracey
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To: Brian Mosely
Thank you, Brian! Why did it take a lawsuit to get her dissent into the record????????? Sigh.
39 posted on 09/23/2001 2:07:38 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Clinton's a liar
Excellent work.

L

40 posted on 09/23/2001 2:07:53 PM PDT by Lurker
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To: Bullish
"God please let the mindless media wake up from their stupor."

Amen!

41 posted on 09/23/2001 2:09:05 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Gracey
Thanks, Gracey! Hugs.
42 posted on 09/23/2001 2:09:57 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Clinton's a liar
Beautifully done. Will UPI go forward with this? I sure hope so.
43 posted on 09/23/2001 2:10:01 PM PDT by Cicero
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To: Lurker
Thank you, my dear friend.
44 posted on 09/23/2001 2:11:56 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Clinton's a liar
Well done, Connie. I, for one, did not know about this commission. Thanks.
45 posted on 09/23/2001 2:13:30 PM PDT by MrConfettiMan
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To: Clinton's a liar
Probably because it has lines like this:

Mr. Vice President, we are all aware that any comprehensive security system is as good as its weakest link. Criminals and terrorist will continue to identify and exploit the weakest link in our defenses. Nationally, there are over 450 commercial airports with scheduled passenger flights. It is up to the Federal government that regulates the airlines to provide national security standards, adequate funding and actionable timetables. Anything short of that does not fulfill the Commissions mandate of enhancing aviation security in a meaningful way.

The Boeing chart on p.6 projects an aviation accident a week by the year 2015 based on the projected increases in air traffic. That acknowledges 250-300 people will die onboard passenger airplanes a week; 1,000-1,200 a month or projected total deaths of 12,000-15,000 annually ! Statistically, that compares weekly commercial aviation deaths to the weekly death toll in the Vietnam War. This is totally unacceptable and an outrage ! Commercial air travel need not bear the same risk as going to war.

In closing, Mr. Vice President, I feel that the flying public should be able to put their family members aboard a plane with a great degree of confidence that they will walk off at the point of their destination and not come home in a body bag like my husband did. It is for all the aforementioned safety and security reasons that I can not sign a report that blatantly allows the American flying public to be placed regularly at "unnecessary risk" while we as a nation have the capability, but not the will to reasonably protect them.

46 posted on 09/23/2001 2:14:11 PM PDT by Brian Mosely
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To: Cicero
UPI said that they were assigning staff to report on the story, so they would not be publishing the commentary -- but a news story. I hope they will follow through on their assertions. Perhaps they were waiting for an appropriate time to pass -- a time for the families and America to grieve our loss.

We wanted to wait and give UPI the time to break the story, and did not submit this anywhere but there. Newsmax seems to have beat them to the punch, so we felt we should go ahead and get out more facts!

47 posted on 09/23/2001 2:15:27 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: MrConfettiMan
Thanks, MCM. I hope you're doing well. You remain in my prayers, Joe.
48 posted on 09/23/2001 2:16:36 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: Brian Mosely
Well, that COULD be the reason! Just when you the Clinton administration was GONE and couldn't hurt us anymore -- the seeds they planted spring forth and bear the fruit of their corruption. God help us.
49 posted on 09/23/2001 2:19:31 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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To: davidtalker
Ping!
50 posted on 09/23/2001 2:21:35 PM PDT by Clinton's a liar
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