Saturday, January 9, 2010

Lets talk about flight 253

Obama and his crew have come out with the statement "It's a systemic failure"

Systemic refers to something that is spread throughout, system-wide, affecting a group or system such as a body, economy, market or society as a whole.

Now how true is that? The perpetrator was identified to the state department. AND a human error occurred here in not pulling his visa and or putting him on a no-fly list.

Apparently they were going to question him when the plane landed. So an error in judgment occurred here in not notifying the crew and having the perpetrator under surveillance or having plane diverted to nearest airport.

Why would we label it as a systemic failure when at least a large part was error in human execution and follow through and perhaps bad judgment? Well they get to blame the systemic failure on Bush. They cant blame human error or bad judgement on Bush. Of course they can only get away with the systemic failure charade if no one asks why not taking away his visa wasn't done, or why they were waiting for end of flight in Detroit when there are dozens of airports between coast and Detroit.

Then someone needs to ask if they did a system review in the year they were in charge. Was this the first time they reviewed the system?

With the lame press you don't get the questions asked so the White House can make nonsensical statements like "It was a systemic failure". Did any of you really know what they meant by that? No one's at fault it was a systemic failure.


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