posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 02:20 PM
Wait, I'm confused......maybe the light just struck yonder idiot, but how can anyone be on a 'no-fly list' and still be walking around?
An airplane is private, right? The sky they fly in is free, right?.....The other people on the plane are there of free will, right?....and the
screening (butt cheeks included) is supposed to be soooo secure that everyone on a plane has nothing that could cause damage, right?
WHAT THE HECK IS THE POINT OF NOT LETTING SOMEONE ON?
Let us use this in the manner of a car. No one can take my license because they think i might be a terrorist or because i lived in Iraq for two
years. Even if I receive a DUI, meaning I was A Danger to others at one point in the past....I still get other chances, inter-lock device, whatever,
but eventually I would be allowed back on the road that tax payers fund.
But how can a government agency tell a private corporation who they will and will not do business with inside the country. That is the same as
saying, No Bob, I am not selling you gas because you drive really fast and dangerously.
There are a ton of other points, but for some reason this just hit me like a ton of bricks as to just how wrong this whole thing is.....not just
looking at the gross errors on the part of the TSA, but taken as a whole.