http://video.msnbc.msn.com/mitchell-reports/46906528/#46906528 The best gem: When asked why other countries don't make their passengers take their shoes off, "One is, first of all, not all airports in the world face the same threats we face. Everything being done is because of constant continual attempts to try do something to the united states and its aviation system." When asked about the deranged JetBlue pilot: "In this instance, i think we can take some small comfort in the fact that this is a highly unusual occurrence and i think that's one of the reasons [why flight crews are not screened the same as passengers]." Well, Janet, if you look at the numbers, the proportion of flight crews who have caused disturbances on their planes is far higher over the past decade than the number of passengers who have done the same. She does acknowledge -- "Three things happened that were good there. One is the co-pilot got him out of the cockpit and the cockpit doors are armored. Once they're shut, he can't get back in. That's a major improvement. Secondly, flight crew training is much more robust than it has ever been. from a security standpoint. And then third, and you mentioned it yourself, the passengers understanding they have a role to play here and have played it in the past in other situations." Too bad that these items are all that needed to change in airport security.