Dear TSA: I am not your “customer”

The TSA should not be streamlined. Administrators should not "review screening procedures." Screeners don’t need additional training. The TSA doesn’t need to be tweaked. It didn’t "go too far" in these specific instances. Its very existence goes too far. The TSA never should have been created in the first place, and it should be abolished now. Immediately. Without hesitation.

I am a "customer" of the airlines I fly. The TSA stands between me and the airline with a credible threat that they will not let us conduct business unless I go through a ludicrous song-and-dance routine that involves partially disrobing and then either being subjected to nude imaging or a full-on groping that involves hand-to-genital contact.

via Sunday Reflection: ‘Dear TSA: I am not your customer’ | Washington Examiner.

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