Wednesday, March 23, 2011

One of those "If they try this there should be a riot

ending with trampled TSA agents" things:
In a breathtaking statement delivered in an official court proceeding, the federal Department of Homeland Security (DHS) claims authority to strip search every airline passenger; and to begin such a practice without even soliciting comment from the public.

This outrageous statement recently was delivered to the American people by a DHS lawyer in arguments before the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, which is considering a challenge to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) nude body scanner devices. The suit was brought by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)
Trampled into mulch. Followed by the assholes in positions of authority who like the idea.

And the lynching of politicians who let/help this crap happen.


Shy Wolf said...

Me thinks there'd be some shooting on the after-side of one of these strip searches. Some man's daughter gets publicly viewed by lecherous TSA and on lookers? Hell, those agents will be very damn lucky to make it out of the parking lot.

Anonymous said...

It strikes me that that one of the most simple, yet effective way of dealing with the TSA goons is being overlooked.

When you see the TSA and those who sport the badge of such vermin, shun them.

Give the goons the old stink eye when you see them in the market or on the street. Make your attention plain for all to see.

Have no commerce with those who wear the sack cloth of the TSA, or with them that would commerce with the agents of the TSA. Make you choice known to the vendors you are leaving, along with the reason why.

Make the TSA and the fools who take the coin of the TSA pariah among decent people.