"A certain level of privacy and political correctness has to be sacrificed when terrorists have a gun to our heads," he says. "Then again, it is shameful if the TSA and the government believes these measures to be enough. As we saw with recent thwarted attacks, terrorists are more efficient and have succeeded in wreaking havoc on our commerce and ease of commerce. We, in turn, need to continue installing proactive security measures rather than reactive ones."
On Tuesday, he said the problem with Secure Communities is that "the government's goal of excising dangerous criminals from American society has been approached in a shockingly reckless and inhumane manner."