Another Billion Dollar Boondoggle: TSA To Now Interrogate Passengers

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    Aug 02, 2011 2:02 PM GMT
    Good grief.... Our Federal government is really working hard to scare off passengers and kill off the airline industry.

    Under the SPOT program, as passengers hand over their boarding passes and identification, specially trained agents will ask three to four questions — from “Where have you been?” to “Do you have a business card?” and “Where are you traveling?” — while looking for “micro expressions,” such as lack of eye contact, that might hint at nefarious intent.
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    Aug 02, 2011 4:31 PM GMT
    I just got back from quite a flight and several layovers, at Knoxville, Colorado, Seattle, Washington DC and I actually had a good experience with TSA, at one point they were very helpfull in getting me help to the front of the line so I wouldn't miss a flight. I didn't see one notable incident at any of these airports. United lost my luggage and even so, had it back to my home in a short time even though I live up on a mountain. So overall its all good, when I go overseas again though it may be a different story, Hope not though !!
  • GQjock

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    Aug 02, 2011 4:47 PM GMT
    Gee SB ..... Sounds to me like their going to try to vote
    Maybe you should look at the hurdles the
    Republican governed states put in place to stop the nonexistent voter fraud
    Or maybe you should question the fact that no one put in place the FAA taxes that are not being collected to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars a week

    Maybe then your FOX hole you're sitting in won't be as pitiful as it looks right now