Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by Mike, Aug 9, 2011.
Washington Post: Bargaining topics for screeners previewed
First, as I understand it, the union cannot really do anything about pay issues so they're just blowing smoke.
As for police reports and screener assaults, that tells me that being a TSA employee these days can be an unpleasant experience. Now just how can that be?
If TSA employees treated people with respect and got their hands out of our clothes and off our genitals then I suspect the checkpoint would be a more friendly place.
I don't condone striking an A.S.S. but understand why it happens. TSA policies have created the problem.
I predict that the enhanced roving BDO program will result in a number of knuckle sandwiches being consumed.
Well, no. I don't see it. People will put up with a lot, and be quite docile. The "comply with authority" impulse is quite strong. Suggested reading: Solzhenitsyn, Gulag Archipelago. Not that we're at that point -- yet -- but to show how much people will tolerate, yes, this is instructive.
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