San Francisco Chronicle: Texas lawmaker's TSA spat Texas Rep. Francisco "Quico" Canseco and the Transportation Security Administration suddenly found themselves at war this year. After two security-line skirmishes at San Antonio International Airport, including one Canseco called "an assault" and another in which San Antonio police labeled the irate congressman an "unruly passenger," the TSA says it has reached an "amicable resolution" with Canseco. The Republican congressman is not so mollified. In the wake of the screening brouhaha, questions remain. Did the Tea Party-supported Canseco use the initial search to pick a fight with a federal agency he says has been given too much power? Did TSA deliberately target Canseco a second time in retaliation for his protests in the first incident? Did the pat down and subsequent search of Canseco's belongings amount to more than what hundreds of passengers patiently endure each day in the name of air safety?