since there is no ID card stating that one is handicapped, what constitutes proof?
posted on 10/08/2012 6:39:49 AM PDT
(keep an open mind and someone will fill it full of something for you)
"since there is no ID card stating that one is handicapped, what constitutes proof?" Actually, there can be a card stating one is handicapped, but they won't believe it. I have a metal rod in my back and a neuromuscular implant used for pain control. I have a card from St. Jude's saying that I should not be around anything with a high magnetic field (MRI, the body scanner, etc.). I was subjected to a pat down that was so humiliating, I've vowed not to fly again until they get rid of this foolishness. When I told the man about the card, he said, "Anybody can get a card". I'm a 68 year old white grandmother and was in a wheelchair. Typical terrorist
posted on 10/08/2012 6:55:43 AM PDT
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