The point of the TSA isn't to increase actual security. It's to get you and I gradually conditioned to accept ever increasing intrusive government interference in your everyday life.
Yep. I remember being stopped by the Border Patrol at one of their check points as far back as 1965 in NM between El Paso and Alamogordo going North.Welcome to my world. Border patrol has operated checkpoints fifty miles inside the border for decades. It's the price of freedom.
Yeah, that is one of the oldest. They used to have the checkpoints conveniently located at the outskirts of major vegetable growing areas. It was okay for illegals to come pick the veggies but not to move past the veggie belt. Now the checkpoints are on just about every paved road heading north from the border.Yep. I remember being stopped by the Border Patrol at one of their check points as far back as 1965 in NM between El Paso and Alamogordo going North.
Absolutely.The point of the TSA isn't to increase actual security. It's to get you and I gradually conditioned to accept ever increasing intrusive government interference in your everyday life.
fascism is just a stepping stone to tyranny or communism . . . . we'll see what happens in 2012Absolutely.
The existence of this agency is a disgrace to the American people, and is more reminiscent of North Korea than a nation of liberty. Fascism has come to America.
Ron Paul already does advocate getting rid of the TSA.If Paul or Cain simply ran on eliminating the TSA...FTW!
From the "about us" tab on TSAs homepage:what fricken authority does the TSA have to do these searches?
"Transportation" can mean just about anything they want it too.Mission, Vision, and Core Values
The Transportation Security Administration protects the Nation's transportation systems to ensure freedom of movement for people and commerce. Learn More »
A security officer saves a life. Another helps a stranded motorist on the side of the road. Still others help Denver air travelers dig out after three blizzards. Rather than being unique, these are everyday occurrences around TSA. Read More »
hehe. Once, in the Hospital, late one night I hear the Nurse come into the room I was in. She wakes up one of my room mates, to give him his sleeping pill. The guy was quite pissed about it, I loled."ensure freedom of movement" ? They must have been laughing when they wrote that, if anything they impede movement.