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    mattwestm
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    TSA groping

    So it's okay for TSA to grope citizens, but citizens cannot grope TSA? Doesn't seem right to me.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/43781758/ns/travel-news/

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    I read an article similar to that this afternoon. The Federal Gov't needs to completely do away with that agency. Thankfully, I do not fly. (I am scared of heights).

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    What goes around comes around...
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    Reminds me of some of Gunnery Sergeant Hartman's choice commentary...
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    So when the TSA agent touches a person's genitals, breasts, etc its a 'routine precaution' that people shouldn't get upset about. When an old woman grabs a TSA agent's breasts, its 'assault'.

    Makes perfect sense.......((Sarcasm))
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    I recommend that any men who fly, wear a kilt for their travels, and wear it "Regimental".

    And while they are feeling around under your pleats, you should say things, in a little schoolgirl voice, like "oh, please officer, don't touch me there..." as LOUD as you can.

    And be sure your travel companions have their video recorders rolling, so you can upload it to YouTube BEFORE boarding the plane...
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