Texas is a fiercely independent-minded state, and it also turns out that Texans are tired of being sexually molested by government agents at the airport. That's why Texas State Congressman Rep. David Simpson decided to do something about it: He sponsored a bill which makes it a crime for security agents to touch "the anus, sexual organ, buttocks, or breast of another person," even though clothing.
Well, gee, then that basically scraps the entire TSA playbook of tyranny. If they can't touch
your anus, sex organs and breasts, then I guess they'll just have to go
back home and touch themselves instead. Along those lines, a TSA agent was recently arrested for distributing child pornography.
Can Texas resist federal tyranny?
This is shaping up to be a highly entertaining showdown between Texas-minded freedom and federal government tyrants masquerading as security officers. I can't wait to see a group of Texas Sheriffs marching in to the airport, arresting TSA agents, and throwing them in the local jail for touching the crotch of a 3-year-old baby while they were checking for poop bombs.
It turns out the little terrorists really were hiding bombs up their anus, but not the kind of bombs the TSA was hoping to find. It's a masterpiece of comedy, actually: Infant minds searching an infant anus to find an infant poop bomb. It must give these TSA workers a real sense of satisfaction to know they're keeping the skies safe from the contents of the average baby's diapers. I suppose if the government finally shuts down the TSA now that Bin Laden is dead, they can always get new jobs as nannies.
Babies and their explosives
Just so you know how serious these TSA agents are at protecting our safety, pay attention to a recent baby-related incident that took place at the Dallas-Fort Worth airport in Texas. There, TSA agents confiscated a baby juice box and some baby food because they found traces of explosives on the items. And just to be extra cautious, they decided no further testing was necessary and they ushered the parents on through the security line as if nothing had happened.
So it seems the one time they actually did find traces of explosives didn't matter much to them anyway. Except now the TSA agents in Dallas get to share a baby juice box amongst each other to complement their usual diet of coffee and donuts.
But in Texas, at least, TSA agents may soon find themselves thrown in jail for violating what should be recognized as a principle of basic human decency: That no government agent can pat down your breasts, fondle your crotch, touch your junk or otherwise play with your private parts as part of a search procedure -- even with the backs of their hands. And truthfully, your average TSA worker is probably better suited to working at Wal-Mart or McDonalds rather than in any sort of security role.
This is one government department (among many) that needs to be seriously downsized. And why not just fire them all right now? After all, wasn't the Bin Laden mastermind the very reason we created the TSA in the first place? Well now Bin Laden is dead, so that must mean the skies are safer. So let's take advantage of this development and bring back a little dignity to the United States of America.
The TSA's real mission: Humiliate the sheeple
You have to wonder: Why does the federal government resist the idea that travelers should have dignity in the first place? Why are the feds so insistent that the American people must be humiliated as part of their security pat-downs?
For those who follow the alternative media, you already know the answer: It's an indoctrination program, not a security program. And the purpose is to get all the sheeple used to idea of government agents dehumanizing you in front of other people by forcing you to take off some of your clothes while they reach down your pants and feel your crotch. What's really hilarious in all this is that most Americans don't resist! The sheeple have been well trained, it seems, and a surprisingly large percentage of them actually believe the TSA's sexually perverted security procedures are somehow making air travel safer. Nine out of 10 Americans do whatever they're told by apparent authorities, without asking questions.
In any case, Texas may soon be the only state where you can walk through the airport without leaving your dignity in the hands of some TSA perv. And that's probably as good a reason as any to considering visiting the state, where independent thinking still thankfully exists.