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One of the problems with any new government agency is the question “How are we going to pay for this?”. It’s not just salaries and infrastructure: it’s pensions, attorneys (read more about the TSA regarding the need for attorneys ) and all that other chewy goodness that goes along with starting a new business. Which is, ostensibly, what a new government agency is… with infinite funding, it all but does away with that pesky “competition”.
He has modestly removed the six zeroes from the total views. Not only does he say very nice things about me and acts like he has ever seen Hollywood Palms, but he pimps the Bill of Rights – Security Edition.
Of course, there’s one presidential candidate who wants to dismantle the TSA. He also wants to stop the United States campaign of worldwide destruction, but I’ve been told that a vote for him is childish. Idealism is so 2008 and shouldn’t be applied to actual issues.
I’m not convinced that, unless one is Betty White, an online petition does anyone any good except for feeling like they’ve done something. Which is kinda/sorta the reality of the Bill of Rights – Security Edition. It feels like you’re making a statement, but you’re only preaching to your very own choir of one.
Those childish and unrealistic folks over at Campaign for Liberty have begun a petition to support a bill to END THE TSA.
I had two laptops stolen by the TSA years ago. Baggage handlers and TSA agents in NYC and Florida were working together. The rotten TSA agents (redundant?) would identify the bags on their way to Florida with the “good” stuff and the baggage handlers in Florida would then open the bags and get the loot.
That was, at least, somewhat clever.
A TSA thug at the Newark airport, Alexandra Schmid, just swiped $5,000 cash from a passenger like a little kid stealing candy. The silver lining in this is that in addition to putting the agent, Alexandra Schmid (no relation to John Jacob Jingleheimer) the feds are now launching an investigation and have suspended eight workers for misconduct. Their deeds? Sleeping on the job, stealing and failure to properly screen baggage.