@hmtksteve Quite frankly, she would have been painted as partisan either way. Moreover, she had limited time to act and formed her decision on of the moment information. While your single sourced review of the order makes a few points well, it also has the benefit or hindsight. The President's order was unusual and it prompted an unusual response. His order was abruptly enacted, incredibly vague, did not name six of the impacted countries, and was being interpreted by Bannon who instructed how it should be executed by word of mouth. This is rather unprecedented.
Quite frankly, you seem eager to paint the administration and Yates as equally "wrong" in this situation, which does not actually fit the events or their roles. You don't like the way she handled it, fine. However, her actions did not result in an ineffective, inefficient, and inhumane security measure that is partially being used to cover Trump's NSC bungling buggery.