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Victory over the TSA and their Grope Stations!

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posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 03:50 PM
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So it seems that the only thing that has TPTB looking to back off a little on these Rape Stations is money. Start losing Billions in revenue because we are sick and tired of the invasion of our privacy, and all of a sudden it's BACK OFF time.

Oh Well...A victory is a Victory regardless of how small and for what reasons.

Travel Industry, Security Experts Unveil Road Map To New Air Travel Security Screening System In U.S.

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Washington, DC - The U.S Travel Association and a panel of travel and security experts today unveiled a groundbreaking plan to improve security at America's airports and reduce the burden on travelers. Among the most notable recommendations are the creation of a trusted traveler program and a requirement that travelers be allowed to check at least one bag at no additional cost to the ticket price as a means to reduce the amount of luggage going through the security checkpoint.

The need for reform was made especially clear by recent research revealing that travelers are avoiding two to three trips per year due to unnecessary hassles associated with the security screening process. These avoided trips come at a cost of $85 billion and 900,000 jobs to the American economy.
The recommendations, the culmination of a year-long analysis to remake aviation security screening, were issued in a report titled “A Better Way: Building a World Class System for Aviation Security,” and call on Congress to own responsibility for improving the current system through effective policy decisions. U.S. Travel and its panel of experts set out to achieve three primary goals:

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Improve the TSA checkpoint by increasing efficiency, decreasing passenger wait times and screening passengers based on risk;
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Generate greater governmental efficiency and cooperation in executing its security responsibilities; and
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Restructure America's national approach to aviation security by developing and using risk management methods and tools.


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“A Better Way: Building a World Class System for Aviation Security,”

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Thanks Mod...My Bad.

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posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 03:59 PM
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yay no more gate rape



posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 04:00 PM
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What I could see happening here is the development of a tiered system. First class and frequent flyers get the best treatment and the odd traveler gets the current standard.

With a bad global economy and dwindling oil supply it is not absurd to think that certain people want to reduce the amount of air travel. How the airline companies would feel about that is in question of course.

(Spec.)



posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 04:08 PM
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Originally posted by boncho
What I could see happening here is the development of a tiered system. First class and frequent flyers get the best treatment and the odd traveler gets the current standard.


That definitely seems like how it will go down.

But hopefully regular folks that also frequently travel will get the same benefit.

I think there should be low security flights with a sign that says "If you get blown up don't sue us! No groping and no pornographic screening required though!"



posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 04:20 PM
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Eventually, there will have to be even more concessions given. I know it's old and tired but still true nonetheless.

"They are few and We are many. They can't survive without us but we can survive without them"

My own quote but still relative. In fact, I think I'll quote myself in my signature...LOL


edit on 19-3-2011 by jude11 because: edit



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