Best part of this is Sommer Gentry's reply ... GIMBY: TSA wasn't wrong to pursue full body scanners ...The panic that ensued after 9/11 sparked a lot of bad decision-making, and the TSA - where the political and the very, very personal come together every time you fly - was at the center of that panic. Rather than stop all the planes from flying, TSA's leaders tried something they thought would work, and would pass muster among the majority of Americans. They were wrong on both counts. But they had to try something. The next thing they introduce to keep air passengers safe will probably be a little bit better - but it won't be perfect. Isn't that how progress works? Sommer's retort: No, the TSA was definitely wrong to create naked images of innocent people, including children, using full-body scanners that dose us with carcinogenic X-rays. Definitely, incontrovertibly wrong. They are still wrong to be fondling the genitals of people whose only crime was buying an airline ticket. The TSA is still rubbing the penises and labia of minors too young to consent to sexual touching. All of this is absolutely wrong and flies in the face of Constitutional guarantees and American tradition that should prevent warrantless invasive searches of our bodies. I'm still trying to picture how a room full of people (most likely all men) at TSA got around a conference table and convinced themselves that, sure, women will happily pose nude for an unknown man in a hidden pornography booth. Which one of these guys said, sure, parents will totally allow strangers to rub their children in the places their bathing suit covers? Where were the voices of reason in that conversation?