Skip to comments.Your Government In Action, The TSA And The 4th Amendment
Posted on 11/17/2010 2:36:27 PM PST by Biggirl
"Your Government In Action, The TSA And The 4th Amendment UPDATE: Video Added UPDATE 2: Media Person Opts Out, Gets The Once Over
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Nothing wrong here because I heard Sean say he flys all the time and it’s no big deal.
“Nobody wants to have their 4th Amendment Rights violated, but we’re going to have to do it.”
Yeah, that brilliant Hannity clown who yesterday compared fascist strip searches to a man’s wife seeing him naked. He’s a real genius.
So fourth amendment rights are abridged by the government any time they feel like it.
Sean is turning into another Joe Scarborugho or how ever you pell his name.
Whole body scanners have nothing to do with airport security.
First they’re about money.
Second they’re about demoralizing us.
Third they’re about information gathering.
Welcome to white slavery.
TSA bookmark. (see links)
They say it’s not a violation of our rights because flying is a privilege.
So is driving. So is a hundred other things you have to do to live. You don’t have to suspend our rights to take them away. Just turn our world into an array of privileges.
If we want to live in a cave and eat berries, well that’s our right. (but not if we do it on public land. Then it’s a privilege).
Haven’t you heard the story of the model who was patted down for 8 minutes?
Sean I would guess doesn’t have so much to grope for guys. Well, most guys.
I thought we had rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The government thinks they are God.
The way TSA is “handling” things, I think they should be referred to as T&A, which, as some of you might know, refers to two parts of the female anatomy.
I do belive so, along with BIG Sis backed by Soros
Well you know Sean thinks Newt is a conservative. So that says a lot about him.
Here’s Hannity discussing the issue with Michelle Malkin. I’m really surprised and dismayed that both of them are more concerned with (false) security than with privacy and protection from intrusive and unreasonable search.
This issue certainly separates the wheat from the chaff. Hero pilot Sullenberger too has objected to the searches on the grounds of inefficient use of resources. As I mentioned elsewhere, inefficient should be for things morally neutral. You use that word, you sound morally neutral.
These humiliating searches are immoral. They constitute sexual assault. Period.
Yet here’s Michelle Malkin saying Its not the privacy concerns that bother me so much, Sean, as it is the fundamental issues of trust and competence...The question here domestically comes down to, do you trust the TSA to administer this policy in an effective manner?
Bulletin. I don’t WANT them to be efficient or effective at violating my rights — or anyone’s, or everyone’s.
I expected better from Malkin. Hannity...disappointing but not so much of a surprise. :(
Turning our rights in privileges, the primrose path towards enslavement !
I remember my last job, my manager told me that when and how I took vacation was a privilege. I had to get permission to take the time off, had to leave contact information to the point of day by day - where I am at and phone numbers. Oh, had to get approval to leave town ! I resisted of course ! He is a liberal democrat !
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