Tom Maguire has a couple of good ideas:
Well, rather than beat our collective heads against the wall, let's acknowledge the obvious - we have a President who is much more interested in reforming America than he is in protecting it. So let's work with that! Since Obama only wants to focus on health care reform, here is my suggestion for enhancing the health of all Americans - let's have a government plan to prevent airplanes from getting blown up over our cities. Maybe we could call it the "public safety" option. Just a thought. [. . .]
Right, then, here is my second suggestion for health care reform - help prevent Americans from getting blown up by allowing our military and intelligence services to question enemy non-combatants without awarding them the legal protections available to American citizens. These terrorists are arguably not even entitled to the protections of the Geneva Convention, but whatever - send this guy to Gitmo II and let the military interrogators talk to him in compliance with the Army Field Manual. Or, go Cheney on him. But not interrogating him at all until his lawyer cuts a deal is daft.
Maybe the House can amend the Senate health care bill to incorporate these ideas.
While we're brainstorming on how to stay alive, here's another idea: forget subjecting harmless travelers to embarrassing body scans and invasive cavity searches (spare us, O Lord). Instead, El Presidente can issue this edict:
Stolen from radio host Chris Plante.
Linked at Michelle Malkin (buzzworthy)
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