In an article found on the Fox News web site I ran into an article that spoke of how we have implemented a new system for people entering the country. All it takes is 15 seconds longer for them the get their fingerprints digitally taken and also their picture taken.
Now honestly, is that to much to ask? Is 15 seconds longer in an airport to much to ask to do what we think is best for our security? I read as some of the people were offended by it, now seriously, don't be a wimp. I think people in this world are way to offended, way to easily. People need to get outside of the box that they put around themselves that says "I am the most important person in the world."
The need to put into perspective the effect that this will put onto terrorists. Suddenly there is a much greater chance for them to get caught. We always speak in economics of people responding to incentives, that is what this war is all about. We are providing ample evidence that there are major incentives for not being a terrorist, i.e. not dying from a bomb dropped by a unmanned Predator plane. So with those incentives is the way and which we can find you, and this is a darm good way to help us find them.
Lets look beyond our own self intrests for a few minutes, and if foreigners have a hard time with 15 extra seconds; then STAY THE HELL HOME!