Discussion in 'Railways, Highways, Waterways' started by Mike, Apr 17, 2012.
ABC Local KTRK: METRO's counter-terror intitiave draws criticism
An excellent story. The PD chief is really backpedalling on this though defiantly. They obviously were not expecting the pushback. P*tzes.
Makes you wonder what other parts of the Constitution are lacking in the chief's knowledge.
It makes me feel all nice and fuzzy that the TSA helped bag seven prostitutes on Houston's mass transit.
Houston Chronicle: Metro Police Chief: Joint Metro-TSA exercise not connected to specific threat
Is he insinuating that the jumped up mall cops turned into mind readers can teach the Houston PD how to recognize anything? The Houston PD's in pretty sad shape if that's the case.
That *was* rather rich, was it not. To think that street cops, who absolutely do have some experience observing bad guys in action, could benefit from these BDO losers is a real joke. If that PD force is any good at all, they'll have ZERO respect for those clowns.
I almost couldn't believe I read that, had to do a double-take & re-read before I posted it.
Mark Bennett is great. He's written a lot about the TSA, exposing and slamming them as we do here. Here's an entry on his blog from last year:
The continues to generate tons of bad press coverage in spite of all the local backtracking ...
The Open Globe: 'BusSafe': US bus riders may be subject to questioning and searching
How dare he sully TSA's fine reputation!
Watch for a bus-centered false flag to make people realize we need to be fondled on buses!
Almost two weeks later, they are STILL backtracking & trying to cover their rears ...
Houston Chronicle (26 Apr 2012): Metro says it won't do random bag checks
ABC Local KTRK (26 Apr 2012): METRO faces public backlash over counter-terror intitiave
Click 2 Houston (26 Apr 2012): METRO: No random bag checks
Once again, Deputy Dog Rodriguez, if these voodoo practitioners are of any real assistance to your police department, you're in sorry shape.
Democratic Underground (27 Apr 2012): Houstonians Revolt Over TSA On Buses
It's encouraging to see Houstonians pushing back -- let's hope other communities do the same.
One thing that will help fuel this is all the continuing national publicity about groped kids and grannies. Nobody want to experience that to ride a bus to work, school or shop.
It's always been my belief that once the TSA hit mass transit, that would be the beginning of the end. TSA doesn't impact the masses with air travel, but mass transit is a whole different story.
Good for the people of Houston.
If you don't like it, don't ride the bus.
Bravo! Can't wait to hear the apologists and idiots spouting that one.
And yes, good for the people of Houston, who, unlike the wankers in Washington when DC Metro unwarranted searches were introduced, stood up for themselves and showed their outrage.
irrumators, Lisa, irrumators....
True, but it doesn't have that nice alliteration!
If only I could say the same for my fellow Bostonians and New Yorkers.
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