Skip to comments.Rand Paul says Nashville airport went too far after he refused pat-down
Posted on 01/24/2012 9:18:38 AM PST by SmithL
Welcome to the real world, Rand.
Article 1 Section 6.
Senator, unlike us peons, YOU can actually DO something about it.
Please do so.
Any congress critter who removes this disgusting stain from American life has a fast-track to the White house.
Comments are priceless! Who knew that there were so many kool aid drinkers in Tennessee?
I just heard him in a live interview—he said two TSA goons admitted to him the cancer machines go off randomly so they can grope you.
Paul is a Senator from Kentucky. Nashville and Memphis are hot beds of Rats as I recall.
Gannett Newspaper readers seem to have a pretty liberal bent as well.
Yep, I heard the same thing. I’d like to know what the purpose of the scanner is if random triggering is programmed into it that initates a full pat-down. Why would TSA want to pat anyone down if nothing shows up on the screen?
The criminal fascist bureaucrats are daring the congresscritters to do anything about their illegal, unconstitutional acts.
Wake me up when the poodle congress barks.
Conditioning the peasants.
Seems to me that these TSA thugs have the attitude of "how dare you defy our authoritai!"
“Yep, I heard the same thing. Id like to know what the purpose of the scanner is if random triggering is programmed into it that initates a full pat-down. Why would TSA want to pat anyone down if nothing shows up on the screen?”
The purpose is to train the individual to comply with whatever they tell you to do. These cancer machines and hand rapes will be everywhere you go. The NYT already reported how they’re using “x-ray” trucks scanning people on the street and in cars. All to keep you safe—but yet our borders are wide open. Right. Safe.
The moonbats are all over the papers here. The sit in the basements waiting for an opportunity to bounce around their keyboard. Political stories in the Knoxville paper get the same thing. It’s all they have.
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