Since 2001, a little-known law has let airports seek permission to stop using federal screeners. But airport officials said that the T.S.A had been slow in allowing the switch, and last year the agency said it would stop accepting additional requests.
Of course they stopped accepting requests to drop them. Like all bureaus they think their survival is more important than the rights of people. Passing a law that doesn't require the approval of TSA in order to opt out is the only solution. You know most airports are going to drop them if this becomes law.
posted on 03/24/2012 4:29:08 PM PDT
“Passing a law that doesn’t require the approval of TSA in order to opt out is the only solution.”
Since when have mere Laws mattered to this corrupt admin’s agenda?
posted on 03/24/2012 4:48:07 PM PDT
(I'll "vote for an orange juice can", over Barry 0bummer and another 4yrs of his Regime From Hell!)
Most 'airports' will use the cover of the TSA to save them from liabilities if another terrorist act is performed.
As of now there isn't enough incentive for airports to do otherwise.
posted on 03/24/2012 4:51:45 PM PDT
(Rush Limbaugh: Ron Paul sounds like an Islamic terrorist)
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