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November 30, 2010

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Lynn

Thanks for taking a stand on this! I completely agree with you.

Heather

What kills me in all of this is that the disabled and elderly are being disproportionately targeted for the body scans and enhanced pat downs. Why?? Because they're the ones with the pacemakers, hip replacements, prosthetic devices, etc.

Where are all the ADA attorneys and AARP on this one?? (I can't believe I just said that).

Oh, and good luck with Denver. I've never made it through that airport without a "random" pat down.

Susan Cartier Liebel

I find this whole thing theater of the absurd. We've become our own terrorists. What could be more effective, terrorists turning us against ourselves? And for those who say thousands pass through without incident doesn't make it any less traumatizing for those who experience what they've experienced. Nikki, I'm surprised you missed this gem: http://randazza.wordpress.com/2010/11/30/more-tsa-trash/ Women detained because she would not let them x-ray her bottled breast milk even though federal regulations listed it as a medical substance immune from x-ray and to be screened with an alternative method.

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