Ten Things the TSA Should Change on Its Tenth Anniversary

Agree with every one of them.

However, I would add #11:  Abolish the agency altogether and go back to the private sector people we had before September 11. This would preserve security, greatly decrease costs and stop much of the institutional arrogance.

Many are starting to agree — from Republicans in Congress to George McGovern.

According to Rep. Paul Broun,
Americans have paid $60,000,000,000 funding the TSA and they are no safer than before 9/11. 

Rep. John Mica goes on to say,
We are safer today, but not because of the TSA. It’s because the American people will not allow an aircraft to be taken over…


No one ever envisioned 4,000 administrative personnel in Washington, D.C. 

For more, go here. I believe the future of the TSA should be an issue for the 2012 Presidential candidates.

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