According to MSNBC, “A longtime Charlotte, N.C., flight attendant and cancer survivor…was forced to show her prosthetic breast during a pat-down” (read TSA forces cancer survivor to show prosthetic breast).
Wild and wacky, but what would you expect from the TSA? These people enjoy this stuff. But that’s not all.
According to the cancer survivor, Cathy Bossi, who actually works for U.S. Airways, and was just trying to get to work. She received a ‘pat-down’ because she declined going through the full-body scanner (which gives each passenger a quick shot of radiation).
Bossi said the TSA sceener “put her full hand on my breast and said, ‘What is this?'” This TSA agent knew what a healthy, real pair of breasts would feel like. This TSA agent had felt good breasts before. The agent could have lightly patted around Bossi’s breasts, but a healthy ‘feel’ is nice too. Especially when you’re busy preventing terrorism all day long.
Bossi told her it was her prosthetic breast because she had breast cancer. The TSA agent, excited by this time, told Bossi, “You’ll need to show me that.”
And who wouldn’t want to see a prosthetic breast? Can we blame the TSA agent? I only wish I had her name, because I would call the agent and ask her, “What does a prosthetic breast feel like? Can you describe it to me in lusty detail?”
What we can learn from this MSNBC report? The TSA, although pretending to save us from terrorism, are really into humiliating you. The TSA is playacting importance over you, and you shouldn’t take it. Tell the TSA agent to “Step off me!” or “Get up off me!”
When does America realize it is crippling itself with fear? When does America understand that by feeling prosthetic breasts and patting down people’s private regions of their bodies won’t stop all terrorism in the world? When do we tell the TSA to go home?
Applaud for the TSA, and tell them they’ve done a great job, but now they can go home. Orlando, Florida is planning on using a little-known clause that allows an airport to bypass the TSA tyranny (protection, I mean), and use a “federally approved screening company” (read New York, Orlando join anti-TSA rebellion, TSA mounts PR effort)
America doesn’t have to succumb to fear and bastards. Boot the bastards!
2010: The Best Year to Die (read here)