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New Jersey state lawmakers today demanded that Congress review the Transportation Security Administration's new "enhanced" security screening of airline passengers that involves either an X-ray scan revealing a virtually nude image or a full-body pat-down that touches private parts.
And just as state Sen. Michael Doherty and others in Trenton announced resolutions calling on Congress to review the TSA procedures and complaints from travelers.
Originally posted by HunkaHunka
So now we have the following as it relates to a difference in opinion between Fed and State
1. TSA molestations
2. Immigration & Border patrol
3. Medical Marijuana
4. Gay Marriage
Originally posted by Stewie
reply to post by JohnnyCanuck
Where do you draw the line?
Bend over, big guy.....
Originally posted by Vitchilo
So... do rapists and murderers get ``warnings`` too? I mean... the state say... stop murdering people or we're going to do something about it...
Seriously what kind of unconstitutional BS is that? ALL EQUAL UNDER THE LAW is supposed to be the law.
I guess the state-backed child molesters are above the law now?
Originally posted by JohnnyCanuck
reply to post by Cuhail
Still...simple fact of the matter is that if you want to set foot on an airliner, you're going to shut up and do as you're told. Either that...or you don't fly.
I'm flying into the States next week. I'm pretty much resigned to the process at some point because...I'm flying into the States next week.
Not much room for debate.