Last week, Big Sis dropped her infamous bomb about extending the TSA’s sexual assaults from airports “to mass transit or to trains or maritime.”
Such abominable ambition shouldn’t surprise us. After all, there are only about 500 commercial airports with 2,000 concourses in the country; once Chertoff and Cronies have supplied these with porno-scanners, they’ll be lusting for more “markets.” And New York City’s subways alone offer “hundreds or thousands of access points,” according to a “Homeland Security official.” (Which is the very reason he contradicts his Big Sis and boss to claim that “the use of such full-body scanners is not under consideration [for mass transit], saying they ‘would not be feasible in [such] a system…” He lies. The “hundreds or thousands of access points” for the average airline didn’t thwart the TSA’s descent into mass molestation, did it?)
It’s understandable that Napolitano’s scheme to attack all travelers monopolized attention. But juicy absurdities abound in the rest of her remarks. For instance, there’s this: "I really want to say, look, let's be realistic and use our common sense.” Common sense? From the TSA? HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!!!!!!
And this: "This is not about the government itself…We all have a role to play in security." Oh, Sis, I beg to differ: it is indeed about "the government itself." The TSA with its brutality, indecency, and utter horror graphically reveals government’s very essence.
Finally, Sis tried shrugging off responsibility for her crimes to her victims: “What we're all about is shared responsibility."
Wrong. We don’t “share responsibility” for molesting little kids and persecuting survivors of cancer, groping nuns, and nauseating pilots; in fact, we have actively, vehemently protested these atrocities. That’s your baby, there, Sis. Yours and the TSA’s.