Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Why So Sensitive?

       Recently the TSA conducted a pat down of an 8 month old baby at the Kansas City International Airport. There has been public outrage across the country because people think an 8 month old couldn't possibly pose a security threat. I'm gonna go out on a limb here and play the devils advocate and argue that any human being can pose a security threat.  As you can see from the above picture, babies are deadly.  For anyone out there who has met my children, a pat down might be too lenient when flying commercially. I think they should opt for the full body scan (especially for my son). When did everyone get so sensitive. Isn't public safety, especially after we just double-tapped the most wanted man in the world, a pinnacle of importance right now? I say pat down every motherf***** that chooses to take to the friendly skies. If you don't like it, walk. I swear people sit around on their little computers banging away on their keyboards complaining about every little....wait, scratch that. Anyway, babies would kill you if given the chance so don't  let them fool you with all their cuteness and innocence.  Disclaimer: the above does not reflect the opinions of Toms Angry or any of it's affiliates and we think the TSA was really just trying to get a chance to pat down the babies mom.         If anyone should be pissed, it should be this bitch.


  1. thumbs up - agree - after all this county has been through I am all for these searches.

  2. I couldn't agree more if you don't want to be searched then don't fly. Is it so hard to believe that some nut job wouldn't use their kid to smuggle a bomb or whatever they are trying to hide onto a plane. The people that complain are the 1st people to sue the airline for allowing someone to get through security with a dangerous weapon.

  3. I don't have an issue with pat downs or scans, but I do think our security procedures need a lot of help. Terrorists here have never used the same method twice, so we need to not plan our security procedures just around what has already happened, but also what could, which includes profiling. Israel has the safest airport in the world and they are masters at behavioral profiling. I wish we would have taken their offer for help years ago.