Getting exposed to TSA full body X-ray Scans and putting our body at risk for mutations and...
deadly diseases VERSUS not opting for any on the airport and putting our safety in jeopardy? Which do you prefer?
I'll take the pat down over the scan. I'm not worried about getting touched in an inappropriate way. What I am worried about is blowing up at 30,000 feet. Trust me, when some extremist is about to blow up the plane you're on, you'll have less hang ups about who touched your junk! JMO.
Neither. To me they don't have to be mutually exclusive, meaning we can be treated with dignity and not exposed to unnecessary searches/procedures, while also being safe. But if I had to choose, I'd rather take my chances than let America turn into more of a police state.
I love how the "safety first" fear mongering crowd is so quick to give up our rights in a heartbeat. These scans/molestations will not make us any safer. Please read what real experts have to say instead of fear mongering.
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