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Homeland security is pretty insecure

September 11, 2001 AttacksInterior PolicyPersonal Data Collection

There are 875,000 on the terrorist watch list ("U.S. launches internal review," May 1). Unbelievable! This speaks out against the effectiveness of our immigration screening system and homeland security apparatus.

Do I feel unsafe as I travel about my country? You bet I do, and it is a heavy topic of conversation.

What are we to do about this? Just wait for the next 9/11 or Boston calamity? Even the dummies who voted in the past election are getting scared. However, we can all rest assured that Washington has the answer. Where is J. Edgar Hoover now that we need him?

F. Cordell, Lutherville

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