Nationalism in high dosages may be hazardous to your health. Please consult a psychiatrist before beginning a regular regimen, and if feelings of elitism and douchbaggery continue, discontinue immediately before you become unable to do so on your own.
read it slow: It is a service you CHOOSE to partake in, the airport has SECURED areas which you are CHOOSING to enter and if you want to enter said areas or partake in said services you are fully aware that you are subject to be searched so doing either one is implied consent, FACT, you CHOOSE the search it isnt forced on you
guess all those people standing in line looking at metal detectors and scan machines, watching the person in front of them get searched, right next to the security and or search signs THINK they are standing in line for a roller coaster HAHAHAHA They had NO IDEA they are subject to search, then they were just tackled and forced into the search by surprise!
Do you see how retarded that sounds and how void of logic it is, its basicly your whole argument.
Still waiting for you to man up and let me know what amendment is being violated? you still havent but its because you cant because there isnt one
As a libertarian I feel that these scans go beyond the minimal government intrusion that I would personally support, but what I personally support is not the issue. The law is the law. Personal moral standards are not the same as legal standards.
I see the phenomenon crop up all the time though. People will pick a side for personal reasons and then look desperately for any legal argument in favor of it, even if the legal argument is entirely frivolous, such as is the case here. What these folks should really be doing is advocating for a change in the law, rather than contorting the law on the books to suit their personal tastes.