It’s no surprise that, following the terrorist attacks on Paris last Friday, 33 governors are reluctant to admit Syrian refugees into their states until they’re certain the federal government has a proper, effective vetting process in place. As Fox News’ Andrea Tantaros notes, though, this administration has had a tough time proving it can do anything properly and effectively.

The government might be turning things around. Just check out this draft of the federal vetting form for Syrian refugees:

Excellent work, Crash. Now we just $1 billion and 10 years or so for the government to digitize it and get it online.