posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 09:50 AM
reply to post by defcon5
You are so completely missing the point. Nobody is arguing the right of people to enter and create contracts. The contracts have absolutely nothing
to do with it. Nobody is attacking the right of an airline to create contracts.
It doesn't matter what contracts people sign as far as this conversation goes. I have flown and I have submitted to being fondled and inspected and
you are correct, I signed away my rights when I purchased the tickets. Of course I never said any different and you know that.
What you fail to see is that nobody is arguing that point. People are upset about how the TSA operates. The contract simply gives them the legal
standing to operate in the way that they do. That is all it does. It has nothing to do with this conversation that is about the TSA's procedures
not the airlines right to create contracts.
If your objective is to frustrate me to the point of ignoring you, you have succeeded. You have proved your complete ignorance and closed mind on this
subject. You have proved your unwillingness to actually address the topic at hand. Congratulations!
If your objective is to have a intelligent conversation weighing the pros and cons of the TSA, their procedures and addressing peoples objections to
how they operate you have failed miserably I am very sorry to say.
Nobody is arguing that the airlines have not agreed to follow government regulations.
The argument is about the regulations and procedures the government has created. All you want to talk about is private contracts and legality's.
This has nothing to do with anything we are talking about. We are talking about how the TSA operates and what the TSA does. Once again, contracts
between airlines, customers and the government have nothing, I repeat, nothing to do with that.
The discussion is about TSA procedures and the fact that people are forced to fly on many occasions because of the reality of life.
The sad thing is, with your experience in the industry you have the ability to provide great insight with regards to this subject but sadly you have
taken the opposite route. Not sure why I expected otherwise. Good day.
edit on 26-1-2012 by sageofmonticello because: (no reason given)