Archive for November 23rd, 2010

Hack doctors try to get sheople to accept TSA sexual assault

November 23, 2010

“Go in with an expectation that this is going to happen, and go in with the expectation that you’re going to be the one singled out to go through a pat down,” Bricker says.

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Poll: Majority oppose body scans, nearly half seek alternative to flying

November 23, 2010

The use of backscatter x-ray machines to scan travelers’ bodies and new pat down procedures at airports will cause 48% of Americans to seek an alternative means of transportation, according to a Zogby International poll.

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TSA pat-downs could spread sexually-transmitted disease and contribute to pandemics

November 23, 2010

TSA agents often do not change their latex gloves between pat-downs! With these pat-down reaching into your pants, feeling your genitals, and sweeping bare armpits and buttocks, those latex gloves being worn by the TSA agents are obviously teeming with germs.

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Refusal to submit to scan, search wins Cincinnatian notoriety

November 23, 2010

“I’ve had war veterans from Iraq, Afghanistan, Korea, and Vietnam e-mail me to tell me that this is exactly what they fought for,” Kernan said “I’ve had sexual assault victims tell me that I was fighting for them – that I was doing something that they would have never been able to do.

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Time Magazine poses false premise in lame attempt to convert readers

November 23, 2010

It wouldn’t be a total oversimplification to boil the issue down to a single question: would you rather get screened or blown up? (What a dipstick)

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You don’t forfeit your rights at the airport gate

November 23, 2010

Baltimore Sun [ed – this is a reader response to an article favoring the TSA’s search tactics] Surely if the police in West Baltimore tried to strip search or randomly pat down passers-by, every judge would find against it and The Sun would loudly and eloquently condemn the loss of civil liberties, regardless of the […]

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Mike Huckabee Challenges First Family to Undergo TSA Screening

November 23, 2010

The first family should publicly submit to the new scanning device and “enhanced” pat-downs before requiring Americans to do the same.

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