"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
sooooo..you’re advocating a new federal bureaucracy to administer such things, eh? and you can bet it’ll cost the taxpayers plenty...and give crappy service.
posted on 10/08/2012 7:05:45 AM PDT
(keep an open mind and someone will fill it full of something for you)
I'm a 68 year old white grandmother and was in a wheelchair.Typical terrorist
We should emulate the Israelis.They profile...like crazy.They question every passenger and more than once.They ask for names,places,documents,etc,etc.and,funny enough,they haven't had a single incident on an airplane in something like 30 years.
White grandmother in a wheelchair? A brilliant disguise if you ask me! ;-)
posted on 10/08/2012 7:13:08 AM PDT
by Gay State Conservative
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