When You Should Stand Up to the TSA
At what point will travelers simply stop putting up with invasive
pat-downs and excessive screening in the airport security line? When toddlers get pat-downs? How about in cases of racial profiling?
Consumer advocate Chris Elliott draws the line at these five key instances.
Elliott says to heed "the little voice inside of you that says, 'That’s
it. I'm no longer comfortable with what's happening.' It's the moral
compass that always points to 'right.' No federal agency can take that
from you, or reset it, or force you to ignore it."
Have you ever stood up to the TSA? If not, what would it take for you to stop and say something?
If Congress won't help, and it is obvious they don't give a damn about this unconstitutional intrusion on the Fourth Amendment and our personal, private space, then maybe we need to take it up with the airlines and individually sue the TSA knuckledragging goon who has harmed you, emotionally, constitutionally, and physically.