Welp, it looks like the overreaching (pun intended) and absurd TSA has struck again.
Over the weekend, a group of (portly, I'm assuming, they all are) power hungry idiotic TSA agents took it upon themselves to remove a 95-year old, wheel chair bound, cancer stricken woman's adult diaper. You know, because it was "stiff."
Here comes the TMI part: my grandmother has recently traded in her Jockeys for Depends, I've got a niece and nephew in diapers (and pull ups),...and lemme tell you, ...urine hardens. Proms.
A few weekends ago, I went on an airplane for the first time in a year (I know, woe is me the poor law student) and I was subjected to the patdown on one leg of the trip, and the body scanner on the other. Woof. Talk about feeling like a criminal/Venezuelan drug lord.
See, this is where Congressman turned presidential hopeful Ron Paul and I agree: the TSA has got to go. Yes, I understand the TSA is here to protect us...but since the agency has invaded airports across the country...attempted terrorists have made it past their invasive measures. Ahem, underwear bomber?
I hope the ACLU and several others jump all over this to help pay for this poor woman's chemo sessions. Surely there's a 1983 action to be had, right?