Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by Mike, Apr 27, 2012.
St. George Utah News: Analysis: Injustice that even a child can comprehend
Which just goes to show that the average four-year-old has better moral development than any TSA employee.
A paramecium has better moral development than any given Pedosmurf.
The question I've been asking for years. Yet the naysayers and apologists always refuse to answer it.
Michael Dresser actually had the nerve to compare it to a "when did you stop beating your wife?" question and said that's why he couldn't answer it.
Yep. Got it in writing.
In an email or up on a website for the world to see?
Private email. One of several he's sent to me that I keep mentioning. I'm revealing the contents but not publishing the actual email.
The TSA sidestep. So popular in DC.
Unfortunately, your email correspondent is a very poor dresser.
It was worth an ask.
Im sorry ron, but your wrong again, and there you go again blaming the victim. Every clinical pedi psychologists I have talked to have said its the smurf is that the one that has the issues. You wont get compliance from anyone for screaming at them from 1 day old to 100yrs+.
Then wouldnt expect anything else from you but lies and towing the company line (sic).
Perhaps you meant "goose-step?"
Sounds like Father Pistole has 60,000 kids he needs to get under control. I don't see it happening, though.
I agree with Ron. It's the little girls fault. It's the parents' fault. The TSA clerks did everything by the book, as they always do.
Passengers are just making all this stuff up. Just like the DEA makes stuff up about TSA clerks smuggling drugs. They all have hidden agendas.
Until I read the last two sentences I thought your account was hacked.
Wow. I never thought it would happen, but you've identified a demographic that actually deserves enrollment in WWASPS programs.
Nah. It'd be a waste of time and effort. Currently, the only employees the TSA has are the ones who for whatever reason like it. They're ineducable, lacking a moral compass, and occasionally just evil.
They deserve enrollment in an organ bank, so any usable parts can be given to someone who'll put them to better use.
And now I'm flashing back to Lexx. "They'll probably have you donate the usual set. Eyeball, kidney, testicle."
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