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TSA Humiliates Injured Marine

Marie150 Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 7:05 PM
Time to get rid of the TSA. Enough already. And we cannot afford them. Are there 50,000? We must come up with a better method and I do not care who is insulted. If terrorists are all middle easterners then those are the people that should have their luggage and person's checked.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 8:39 PM
Yeah, and the Israelis offered to help but that was refused..maybe it's because the whole government is infested with Muslim Brotherhood members. And both the WEEPER of the House and John McCain should answer for this when they attacked Michelle Bachmann and the Congressmen supporting her call for an investigation as to why this NEST of spies are sitll in our government. I guess they both ran interference for Obama..who rec'd a binder with names of M B members he could hire, from where else CHICAGO! Not only that but, one of the people responsible for TSA policy was a M B, so think about that next time you fly. I watched my own Congressman rush through our locak airport on his way back to the swamp go through the pornRAY...
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 8:42 PM
I disagree with Hunter, we don't need that scatology giving low i q morons power over We The People, we need SANE policies that are without input from the Muslim Brotherhood spies that Obama has hired and are infesting every nook and cranny of our government. This attempt at turning us in to dhimmis is working quite well when Congressmen slavishly go through it and another defends it..the fact the israelis were turned down shows how much influence the M B have in our government.

An active-duty Marine who lost both his legs to an Improvised Explosive Device was humiliated by TSA agents after he was forced to remove his prosthetic legs and was then ordered to stand so agents could inspect his wheelchair for explosives.

The incident prompted Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) to fire off a letter to John Pistole, the administrator of the Transportation Security Administration.

“The Marine, whose prosthetics were exposed, was humiliated,” Duncan wrote. “While I recognize the necessity to appropriately screen passengers, I am concerned by the apparent lack of situational awareness and respect among TSA officers – specifically when it...