posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 04:38 PM
I wouldn't advise taking this route. The TSA could care less what any American individual says or thinks, it's all about actions.
Everyone who has a problem with this and who enjoys their right to privacy, just.stop.flying. Contact every airline you have ever flown on (they will
have a record that shows you've done business with them before, even if it was actually a business trip arrainged by your company) and inform them
that you will not be flying until this stops... then follow through and do not fly.
Airlines may not have the sway they once did, but they are still have a lot of financial clout in Washington. If the overlords start recieving grief
from their corporate masters, changes will occur. In the near term, it will be tough, however. They will likely be willing to sit it out, expecting
the usual American reaction of buckling and backing down from principles to maintain status quo. However, give it 6 months, a year, 2 years and when
airlines begin to go belly up AND major vacation destinations & business hubs start to feel the pinch of fewer airline travelers, they will ultimately