Pilots have been talking to the TSA and pilots may have their security procedures changed.
This is what we are fighting against. This comment is from the comment section on CNN:
I hope this guy really does decide not to fly again. I would hate to have him on my flight. I have been patted down and scanned and never regretted it. I am a nervous flyer, and appreciate the feeling of security TSA provides – although I do think the manner of the some of the agents needs improvement.
The uninformed and ignorant public are fine with the “feeling” of security the TSA provides. They are fine with the invasions of privacy so long as they feel like they are secure. When, on its best day, the TSA only screens about 5% of its cargo, how much better do you think screening passengers really is? The TSA hasn’t caught any terrorists.
We need to fight against, not only the horrific full body scanners and invasive pat downs, but also against people who don’t know what their talking about. Write your representatives in Washington and remember Opt Out Day is November 24th.