Disband the TSA

"We the undersigned, do hereby declare not to use the services of any airline, public or private, until such time as the government agency known as the TSA is disbanded. Our rights are being violated in the following ways: 1) Freedom of religion: If you are one who believes in the Scriptural definition of nakedness not being exposed. 2) Freedom of speech: If you are not allowed to raise your voice or express your views about TSA treatment. 3) Right to privacy, through illegal search practices. 4) Deprived of liberty without due process of law. 5) Cruel and unusual punishment for not allowing yourself to be violated by the screening device and the invasive body search. We the undersigned are opposed to the full-body backscatter X-ray airport scanners on grounds of health and privacy. We do not consent to strip searches, virtual or otherwise. We do not wish to be guinea pigs for new, and possibly dangerous, technology. We are not criminals. We are your customers. We will not beg the government anymore. We will simply stop flying until the porno-scanners are history. We will gladly spend our hard earned and TAXED dollars on products that do not infringe upon our rights as Americans. The airlines and TSA, are on "our" terrorist watchlist until such time as you deem us to be customers again, not threats."  To all people wishing to sign this petition: Please use the following password: tsa

Links

1) www.wewontfly.com - A website dedicated to informing you about updated news on the TSA and it's discretions.

 

2) http://rawjustice.com/2010/11/22/10-of-the-most-outrageous-tsa-horror-stories/ - Top Ten TSA horror stories/video!

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    3 years ago Comments: Why does the government keep funding these monsters? Since the administration has said that there is no more war on terror, with whom ARE they at war? You and me, that's who.
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