Hillary Clinton to TSA: No, I would rather you not touch my junk, thank you. UPDATE: TSA Chief says we won’t profile

Come on. At least she’s honest. Speaking on Face the State the Secretary of Defense is asked to defend the obviously intrusive pat downs taking place at airports … defend it she did, but not without a little personal note at the end.

The Secretary of State tries to convince Bob Schieffer that the TSA is in a difficult position and we need to be understanding. But even she can see the public outcry is more than a little justified. Don’t you touch her junk, and you know what I am talking about.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LF9TbOIIPZw

UPDATE: OK … with that published I would like to add that I truly believe this administration wants to keep us safe. They are embarrassed with the way the “Fruit of the Boom Bomber” beat security (they shouldn’t, by the way. It wasn’t there watch). They don’t want it to happen again or anything like that on their watch. Thus they grabbed at the latest and greatest technology, intrusive as it is, and installed a intrusive pat down system without considering the public’s sensibilities, without thinking through it clearly and without properly training TSA agents. This is the result.

But they also clearly have no intention of instituting anything even slightly resembling profiling, as in Israel. On State of the Union, TSA Chief John Pistole explains profiling, ain’t happening, even though Israel shows it works.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezfV99i3tKM

The result it what we have now. And it’s not good. Even worse, the people are revolting, and the Government doesn’t have a plan B.

9 replies
  1. Wallyran
    Wallyran says:

    I'll be willing to let TSA "touch my junk" or photograph it through my clothes when all law enforcement officers are empowered and required to check immigration status during all stops for probable cause…and then enforce existing federal law when immigration violations are found. 

  2. winnie888
    winnie888 says:

    Again, what was the catalyst that led to these invasive x-ray and pat-down searches?  I am very confused as to what had happened recently in airports that would cause this to be instituted right now.  I know, I know…5 year old, Caucasian suicide bombers abound in this country.  This is asinine. How many terrorists have been caught with these new procedures?

  3. BEA
    BEA says:

    Does Hillary even use public transportation?

    I love what Mike Huckabee suggested this morning on Fox…have PBO take his wife, daughters, and mother-in-law to the airport, stand by and watch as they are publically assaulted, and then let's see what he has to say about it…because surely as the PotUS he must have something to say about it? "Anyone? Anyone?" "Bueller?… Bueller?… Bueller?"

  4. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    I am all for profiling!  No outrage here!  And profiling is not just outward appearance, but actions, attitude and demeanor.

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