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  • Another unconstitutional encroachment on our freedoms.
    "Transit riders probably won't see more TSA agents in subways or bus stops," Spier says. "Probably" is the tipoff that this is a camels-nose-under-the-tent operation and another move towards turning America into a surveillance state where a citizen's every move is monitored and recorded. Write your Congressman and demand they honor the Constitution by defeating this Bill.
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  • Is TSA Constitutionally eligble to serve?
    Until TSA is Constitutionally eligible to serve they need to be dismantled. Since States (like TX) and airport or mass transit owners can't hire and put their own safety check personnel in place I do believe that makes TSA unconstitutional anywhere at anytime for any reason. In the event of a real terrorist plot of what they do best,IE death and destruction these unarmed,untrained even in hand to hand combat TSA workers are more of a liability. Where are the screaming lawyers,insurance folks and lobbyist on these real issues to health and public safety on my points? And lastly.I think the House,Congress or anyone who voted in favor of the TSA and even spreading them further should have been made to do a few days on the job themselves before they were able to vote. Because it is expensive to fly and cheaper to do the other mass transits I'd have a bet TSA would encounter a whole lot more unclean or unkempt persons in bodily maintenance or cleanliness. Maybe more drugs,needles etc. I once had my warrantied washed tent that got mailed back to me twice from a repair/manufacture in Colorado because it had clean soiled dirt stains on it and at least Colorado law says it must be clean for workers to handle. Shouldn't that law to protect it's people from garments and supplies appearing soiled also be rule of law when handling people?
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  • Stolen Liberty
    Evil Buddy P
    "Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759
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