It is a waste of time. They don't give a damn whether we like it or not. And as far as demandig that they do something. Demand in one hand and shit in the other hand and see which one gets full first.This is not the same Country now that it once was. The parasires ana leeches thorigh their votes for " freebies" have turned it over to some wicked people. i put freebies in quotation marks bucause all it cost them was their soul. Unfortunately, it has cost us our freedom and the concept to be considered innocent until we have been convicted of a crime.
Use the simple approach. Don't like it, don't fly.
Unless and until I see people refuse to fly - the airports and airplanes empty - then people have, in the main, chosen to accept matters as they are.
Don't like TSA? Want a protest that will get someone's attention? Then don't fly!
Now...let's hear the whines...something like...
a) But I gots to travel fer ma job! b) But I gots to see my fambly!
On the job, get creative. Most companies are delighted to cut travel costs. On seeing the family, drive. Or not.
“Use the simple approach. Don’t like it, don’t fly.
a) But I gots to travel fer ma job! b) But I gots to see my fambly!”
And what do you recommend for people who are pilots, crew members, or work inside an airport and have to go through these screenings?
How about parents who are bound by court order to send their minor children by plane for visitation?
Sure, boycotting is a good way to oppose business practices you don’t like. But it is an insufficient redress of grievances when constitutional rights are being robbed.