Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Metallic-Inked Clothing Vs. TSA Scanners: A Possible Way to Rebel?

As an American, I am outraged at the process that is required to travel in the United States. American's are being treated like terrorists in our own country, however, foreigners traveling into the United States do NOT have to undergo the same physical searches and molestations by the government that the Americans do. I find this insulting to think that the actual citizens of America are scrutinized more than citizens of other nations. I personally believe this is a very sad thing. As a citizen of the United States of America, I am saddened that the rights of the citizens are being violated. The 4th amendment of the Constitution clearly states that we should be free from these types of unreasonable searches.

I wanted to share an article I found this morning with you, it is one way for Americans to respond to the TSA agents without being rude. While this may be one way of responding, I do not know how the TSA agents will respond to such clothing items being worn and if this will require additional molestation and exploratory searches (opps, excuse me pat down searches) to be performed. I am simply sharing something I found online that I found to be interesting. If you choose to purchase and use these items at the airport, please understand I do not accept any responsibility for what the US government or the TSA agents will do to retaliate against you.

Sign of the Times: Metallic-Inked Undies Give TSA a Constitutional Middle Finger

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