That's the latest story on some blogs today, that the TSA is now confiscating cameras.
ÂTSA confiscating cameras We knew this was just around the corner, when we heard all the stories about how "we" aren't changing policy even thought the public is outraged, how what "we" aren't tolerating dissent, how "we" need to work toward "partnership," how "we" need to understand the clarity of "our" mission.
They told us if Republicans were in charge, we would be living in a police state. They told us if conservatives were in charge, our rights would be forfeited.
And here we go. Our rights forfeited. The police state.
In liberal land, where this behavior is, now, apparently the new normal.
Cameras are being confiscated now, the natural next step to preserving the police state. The natural next step in quelling public argument. Rather than let witnesses record the outrages taking place in airports around the country, the TSA is confiscating cameras even though there is no policy against it. And why would or should there be, if you're not doing anything wrong, TSA?
Groping children?Â Naked scans that can (and have been) saved when "they" said it couldn't and wouldn't be done?
Do you feel safer?Â Wasn't the last problem we had with cargo?Â What are they doing to make cargo safer?Â Anything?