TSA Policy Change: Connect the Dots

Is it just possible that there is a connection between today’s report that TSA Screeners Will Replace Contractors at U.S. Airports for ID inspections and the campaign by Ed Hasbrouck to find out the legal authority under which non-TSA workers demand ID?

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3 Responses to TSA Policy Change: Connect the Dots

  1. Ugh says:

    Nope, no connection here, you can go about your business. Move along.

  2. Mojo says:

    “Ugh”, an anonymous individual of no apparent authority, told me to move along. Under the secret TSA rules, I’d better do so. It’s true, they hate us for our freedom.

  3. Ugh says:

    It’s true, they hate us for our freedom.

    Obviously, if they hate us for our freedom then it must be taken away. If this is the standard by which success is measured then the Bush Administration is clearly winning the war on terror.

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