Last year there was an Alaska State lawmaker that got “randomly selected” to be porno-groped while going through security. And when I say porno-grope, I mean it. I’ve gotten farther with TSA agents than with some dates I’ve had.
But I digress.
Representative Sharon Cissna of Anchorage has sponsored at least 4 bills with the TSA in her sights. One of them is radiation warnings (because we know that the backscatter radiation – by the TSA’s own admission – causes about a dozen cases of cancer per year), but the biggest one is one that will criminalize any invasive patdown done in the name of the TSA. Cissna, a breast cancer survivor, knows what it’s like to have her life choices taken out of her hands – and the TSA does that on a regular basis.
My favorite quote of hers is:
“Those aren’t pat-downs,” Cissna said of TSA procedures. “It was a feel-up. I did not experience a pat-down”
And this is after 2 pat-downs in a few months. Personally I have to go through them twice a week in order to bypass the cancer causing porno machines. And I totally support her fight to get Alaskan airports to give the TSA requirements the boot!
Go get ’em, Sharon!