Would you put your safety at risk, and allow someone who refuses a search to board your plane?
That sounds like a bit of a loaded question. Some people are noew being asked to submit to screening where the agent touces your genitals directly with their bare hand, just because you want to carry formula for your baby. There is a point at which the seacrh methods become unreasonable.
In this case, I think the prejudiced answer is the honest and realistic one. My answer is "depends on what they look like."
Call me paranoid or call me oversafe but not in a million years. Terrorists like in Afghanistan can be cute children, mommies in waiting or hardened individuals. Trouble is you just never know, so why chance it at all. I'd rather be frisked than blown up anyday. It's a no brainer.
by Matthew I Crawford 6 years ago
Am I the only one who refuses to answer questions that do not use correct grammer?
by graceinus 3 years ago
Will God allow anyone into His Kingdom if they try to follow the 10 Commandments in their life time?I believe the issue of Grace vs Law is an issue that needs to be resolved. But there are many who mix Grace and Law together. What is the Bible answer to this question and why is it so difficult to...
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