June 25, 2012
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I recently had an article published on LewRockwell.com. It's about my experience with TSA. I hope you enjoy it.
Read it here.
David in Liberty
You're a "National Security Specialist"? Thats a screaming irony. lol.
Interesting idea though. But I would feel worse for the people standing behind me than feeling great about "sticking it to the man". Considering the collective psyche of this country the people would never understand.
You wish LOL
"Network Security Specialist"
You probably fly Business or First class, but an internal policy at my employer standardizes on Coach class for travel. If an individual has paid nearly twice my fair, I understand how an airline will give them preferential treatment. That said, I do not understand why it should make a different to the TSA. Seeing the chosen fly through the lines and checks that are paid for by all of us, really ticks me off.
You probably fly Business or First class
Oh how I wish LOL
I did fly business class over a decade ago. That was the last time unfortunately. Surprise, surprise, I was working for the State then :) They live the good life....
I guess the coffee hadnt completely sunk in yet. lol
"Others might object that I'm making life miserable for innocent travelers behind me."
No, you're not. TSA is. You will have triggered that anti-social behavior of theirs, but their behavior is their responsibility, not yours.
Gary North's article (that you link to at the beginning of yours) is very interesting, too. I had never heard a good thing about Saul Alinsky, certainly not that he patterned after Ghandi and quoted John Adams.
Interesting point, rfaramir. I don't know that my fellow travelers would agree! But I certainly do.