But to the point, one would think people who are tasked with providing security would be vetted. Considering that the TSA was created by an administration that pretends that the world would be a safer place if only there were more laws, it is reasonable to assume their own security personnel would be properly screened. This leads to one of only a few conclusions:
1) The security aspect of the TSA is a farse, making the program a thinly disguised make work program, some suggest it is nothing more than a method of conditioning people to accept overbearing government intrusion as normal, OR
2) The TSA agent WAS vetted and all the scrutiny and laws in the world will not prevent a reasonable person from snapping.
Either way, all of the hand wringing and infringement of people's rights are clearly not getting to the root of the problem. But that will not stop it, as the stated intent is not the actual intent. It stands to reason that if, after so much time and effort the actions taken in the name of security were proven ineffective that the tactics would be altered in order to achieve the stated goal. The fact that the administration continues to push the same tactics that are clearly shown to not solve the problem indicated that the goal is other than what we are told or that the administration is dilusional, and given the number of people involved it is not statistically probable that they are none who can see the truth.