Nice attempt to appeal to emotion with your language here, but you can try to paint all the horrible pictures you want to act like its the "norm", we shouldn't make policy based on whether or not terrorists are laughing. And again, show me where the SCOTUS has ruled TSA's actions are unconstitutional.The terrorists are laughing while Americans are removing their shoes and any other suspicious clothing, having their intimated selves exposed to strangers, having those same strangers run their hands over their bodies, including little girls, and ignoring a significant part of the Constitution.
Wah wah wah obama cowtowing to muslism wah wah wah.While going out of their way to not offend Muslims this same government has no compunction about offending ordinary Americans, and will fine and jail them if they don't comply with this insanity. And you're all for it.
Don't care about your worthless partisan politics, has nothing to do with the topic.
I have. In the way people are implying when they use groping I've not really seen it. I've not seen anyone have to expose their private parts for view. I've seen a few cases where individuals acted outside of the guidelines and procedures and they should be punished for those cases, but its ridiculous to take those isolated incidents and suggest its standard.I suppose you haven't seen the photos and videos.
By that I meant those pushing for the focus to be on Muslims or Arabic men and not on "nuns or kids or grandma" are doing nothing different than what TSA was doing with the shoe bomber. You're seeing something happen and thus reacting specifically to that without regard for future variations.Can you be more specific here? How do i relate to "the shoe thing"?
Whoever is stating that we should focus or limit our searchs simply on muslims or arabic males with broad profiling, the type of thing in law enforcement that has been found flatly unconstitutional by the SCOTUS.And who is genuinely want to **** on the Constitution? Wasn't it you who said it should be "balanced"?