Couldn't help noting that Keith Stansell, one of the U.S. hostages recently rescued from Colombia, had this to say:
To the government and armed forces of Colombia, their heroic actions, those of those soldiers that day, brought me home safe, and for this I thank them.
To my country who never forgot me, never, and especially to the U.S. embassy in Bogota, my heartfelt thanks.
And to you, the men and women of the media, thank you for respecting our privacy in these last few days. Thank you. I ask you please to continue to do so, please, as we proceed with our transition process back to a normal life as a family. Thank you very much.
And to Governor Crist of the great state of Florida, sir, I don't have a driver's license. How am I going to get home?
Without a government-issued ID to show at the airport, it appears that Stansell will have to undergo a deep background check, which may include his political party. (Having been "off the grid" the last three years, he may not have much background to check.) The Department of Homeland Security welcomes you home, Mr. Stansell.