Monday, January 17, 2011

Yes, I don't like the TSA, But in this case, Civil Libertarians are Wrong

Traveling on an airplane with a host of others is not the same as having the right to travel alone and uninhibited within one's country. Not wanting to show ID when getting on an airplane is just being difficult (to use a nice word). As a fellow-passenger with anyone, my life depends on "who you are". So if you don't want to show ID, start walking.

This crazy case goes to court on January 20th.

Man faces charges for defying TSA agents | KOB.com



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