News-Press: Robert S. Cohen: Security has evolved at Southwest Florida International Airport

Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by Mike, Sep 18, 2012.

  1. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    I'll give a rat's (expletive deleted) about the rest of your bull:poop: when your band of criminals quits sexually assaulting passengers and stealing their stuff.

    News-Press: Robert S. Cohen: Security has evolved at Southwest Florida International Airport

    Sept. 17 marked the 10th year since the Transportation Security Administration assumed responsibility for aviation screening operations at Southwest Florida International Airport, one year and six days after the terrorist attacks of 9/11. Then, as now, the dedicated men and women of TSA in Southwest Florida are committed to providing both world class security and world class customer service to the traveling public....

    World-class security from a bunch two-digit IQs with GEDs?

    Word-class customer service from this gang of thugs?

    Do these people honestly believe this crap? God help us!
     
  2. Frank

    Frank Original Member

    Yes, enough people believe this crap that getting rid of them is an uphill battle.
     
  3. nachtnebel

    nachtnebel Original Member

    They assumed responsibility and consequently we assumed the position.
     
  4. Caradoc

    Caradoc Original Member

    They assumed authority. I have yet to see any evidence they've accepted the responsibility.
     
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  5. Sunny Goth

    Sunny Goth Original Member Coach

    They've evolved: they have 'layers'. (munches popcorn) They had a summit too. Wonder what they learned. (continues munching) Mmmm, 'working mothers' - going for the apple pie, I see.

    Here's a great part:

    "...new initiatives such as the TSA Cares hotline, risk-based security and civil rights protections. Invited were representatives from agencies that serve people with special needs for whom the checkpoint experience can be intimidating or stressful."

    "TSA Cares"? I'm tempted to call said hotline just to see if anyone answers. I know how the 'invited reps' goes. You invite as few of them as possible, then overwhelm them with vast numbers of your own kind (in this case, TSA people), then interrupt, and otherwise don't listen to the 'invited reps'. Been there, done that. :rolleyes:
     
  6. N965VJ

    N965VJ Original Member

    9/11 had nothing to do with failures at the checkpoint, but I'll beat that drum anyway.

    Unencumbering those agencies of pesky things like probable cause and reasonable suspicion.

    So you think you could get away from us by not flying commercial, huh? Just wait to see us on LeeTran when you're riding the bus to the Coconut Point Mall!

    It was so s0uper sekrit, the only mention of it on the whole interwebzs is in my own chest-thumping op-ed. Good thing, too, because any time we start talking about infesting General Aviation, the guys at the EAA and AOPA rip us a new one!

    Did you know there is rumored to be a retired federal judge working as a screener in DEN? That's nothing! We have the retired former Sausage King of Chicago, Abe Frohman, doing gate gropes here in RSW!

    We gotta start getting them while they're young. Have you seen some of the prunes we have working at our checkpoint?

    So all you ski boaters better watch your backs, because we can snap on the blue rubber gloves in a moments notice.
     
  7. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    Don't forget the well-known pedophile priest at PHL, although perhaps he might also consider himself a bit of a "Sausage King". TSA is trule an eclectic organization. :rolleyes:
     
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