Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Judge Andrew Napolitano--Airport Security and The Constitution

November 15, 2010

Airport Security and The Constitution

Judge Andrew Napolitano breaks down your rights when it comes airport security.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was listening to the audio of the don't touch my *** guy and I wondered - if he's NOT under arrest - why should he HAVE to subject himself to a search THAT intense ... UGH! I'd like to drive and take the train ... not much flying in my future ...

Saturday, November 20, 2010 at 4:10:00 PM CST  
Blogger WI Catholic said...

I truly would MUCH rather see us go to the EL AL type of security, which MAKES SENSE than those body scanners which do not pick up the things that MUST be found... or to have sexual molestation (which would put anyone else under arrest if they dared to touch anyone -- male or female -- in the breast or genetalia areas...

I was going to take Mom out to the DC area to visit my sister, but I don't want to go through that, and I don't think Mom could HANDLE it... and neither of us would answer security questions, nor fit any other parameter used by EL AL.

They haven't had problems in how many years???

God bless, Bevy Anne-Ruth Lucy ;-)

Saturday, November 20, 2010 at 11:51:00 PM CST  

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