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    Default New TSA Logo

    Here's the new TSA Logo.





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    Love it!!!

    So true. Know anyone who could make T-shirts with that logo emblazoned on them?

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    My t-shirt reads
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    Back: Don't like pat downs or scans: don't fly!
    Sounds like freedom of choice to me!
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    How do you respond to police frisks in the jailhouse?
    If you're arrested, you haven't been charged or convicted of any crimes at that point, so you shouldn't have surrendered any of your civil rights....so how does a police get to pat you down FAR MORE VIGOROUSLY than any TSA agent? What do you think would happen if you refused?
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    Totlly different circumstances. The Supreme Court gives law enforcement the right to stop and frisk a person based on reasonable suspicion. And, if the police reasonably suspect the person is armed and dangerous, they may also frisk him or her for weapons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas D View Post
    Totlly different circumstances. The Supreme Court gives law enforcement the right to stop and frisk a person based on reasonable suspicion. And, if the police reasonably suspect the person is armed and dangerous, they may also frisk him or her for weapons.
    Right. And given the scope of magnitude of a bomb on a commercial airliner, I think the courts would offer the same latitude to airport screeners. It was more of a rhetorical question to highlight that exact point.

    I'm more concerned about the possible radiation exposure risk some of these methods entail, rather than a professional agent seeing a schematized image of my carcass for a few seconds when I'm more preoccupied with catching a flight and not spilling any of that wonderful $7/cup airport coffee.
    Last edited by dnf777; 11-26-2010 at 10:31 AM.
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