Somebody posted something recently on this site that the images generated by the Chertoffomizer "aren't sexy" and that Transportation Security Officers don't enjoy groping passengers. I have seen this type of argument before, it is basically that the average person isn't very attractive when viewed naked, and therefore they've no business being offended by being scoped or groped by a dope. The most ludicrous version of this was put out by Susan Estrich, campaign manager for Michael Dukakis (remember him?) in 1988, and currently an alleged law professor, where she wrote: What this amounts to is an argument that only attractive people have rights not to be strip-searched or groped by TSA. It's like arguing that search warrants are only required for mansions. I don't accept that and I don't see why anyone would. Most people are blessed with youth and vigor at some point; the inevitable loss of it as the sands run through the hourglass does not forfeit the protections of the Constitution. So please, let us not hear about how unattractive we are to the Transportation Security Officer.