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Loge23 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jan-04-10 08:16 PM
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40. But I'm not guilty!
Whatever happened to due process?
I object to presenting myself as guilty - to a TSA employee yet - in order to be deemed innocent.
I don't know what the answer is ultimately, but giving up any more liberty doesn't work for me.
I do not believe that the TSA is capable of actually preventing an incident. I find them to be arrogant, poorly trained, and utterly incompetent individuals for the most part.
Whoever thought we would accept virtual strip searches in this country? What's next? If there's a car bomb (God forbid), will we pull into scanners in highway rest stops? What about street scanners? Ridiculous? I think not.
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