Can this story be verified? It’s outrageous. It has to be a hoax.




  1. Maricopa says:

    Meh! If I misunderstand the TSA correctly, there’s an optional body scan that you don’t have to do. But, if you don’t do it, wee’re gonna squeeze yer nuts and tweak you tits.

    Ain’t that kind of like extortion?

  2. dcphill says:

    There needs to be an air travel system for us
    who are not encumbered with paranoia.
    I am sick and tired of being made to believe that someone is out there to bring me down,
    but the TSA will save us. That is such bull puckey!

  3. David says:

    Too bad we can’t have two lines in airports. One line for Grandpa and similar mindless sheep, and another line for those of us who realize the pointless security only exists to make us feel better and would not have stopped even the terrorists on 9/11. Those that would give up a liberty to gain security will deserve neither and lose both.

  4. Orion314 says:

    One of these days, the TSA’s (transsexual ASSHOLES of Amerika) will pick the wrong person at the wrong time, and maybe that will be the shot heard ’round the world.

  5. BigBoyBC says:

    When ever I hear about this stuff I think of what Benjamin Franklin said “Those who would sacrifice freedom for security deserve neither.”

    Maybe be when referring to the TSA, the word “deserve” should be replaced by “get”.

  6. Brian says:

    As much as I hate the TSA, here from their blog is the check point vid. This story was BS

  7. The Pirate says:

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  8. Suzi says:

    For everyone that says if you don’t like it don’t fly – get real – I have to fly as part of my job. My employer requires it. And don’t be stupid and tell me to get a different job – I can’t in this economy and certainly not one that pays enough. I don’t want to be subjected to the body scanners for two reasons (1) the potential radiation – I’ve health problems I don’t need amplified, and (2) I’m extremely modest and it makes me very very uncomfortable. The aggressive pat down is not a great alternative but I can live with it if it is in a private room and done by a female attendant. I’m sick of being singled out because I wear baggy clothing because I’m modest and don’t like to show so much of my body. The TSA needs to be taught some sensitivity. I have to wonder though what happens if you opt out of the scanner and are an elderly person who is incontinent wearing diapers. Or, a woman on her period wearing a big sanitary napkin. Surely the new aggressive pat downs will find these and TSA will assume the person is “hiding” something in their underwear. What next – will we have to ask people to pull down their panties so we can see their dirty diapers or bloody sanitary napkins. Come on this is just too much invasion of privacy. Furhermore its NOT effective when the real exposure is on the cargo side. TSA is focusing on the wrong issue in the wrong way.


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