If Muslim women-in-shroud receive a religious exemption from the intrusive practices of the TSA, we are insane to let it pass. We know who is trying to bring explosives onto and into airplanes, and it is no one that looks like most of us in this country. See a video below. See an update below.
We could, for instance, round-up everyone we’ve been surveilling for years and make sure they cannot find a way into our airports. That would be a good start.
Then get rid of the TSA and give the responsibility to the airlines. Most pilots don’t want to be blown up in the air. If the pilot gets down safely, I get down safely. Airlines are strongly opposed to losing their aircraft. Right?
Don’t even mention civil rights. I’m in a place right now where it’s their civil rights or mine. I choose mine. I deserve mine.
Because strict followers of the Koran chose to attack this country, I’m losing the very privacy that should be respected and protected by my own country. Yes, we have Muslims born in this country who deserve their privacy too, but not as much as I. I, after all, warn against those that Muslim Americans tell us are extremists, almost every day. They do not.
Because Islam recruits Americans of Middle Eastern descent and scores of Blacks in prison, I’m being scanned or patted down at my airport, while it appears Muslim women are being considered for an exemption.
This is insane. Did I mention that?
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano would not answer whether Muslim women will be exempted from scans and pat-downs. She didn’t hesitate though when she said if you or I did not submit to one or the other, we will stay home, or we’ll take a train or drive. But no comment on Muslim women, or men, in shroud. She hasn’t made a decision that she is willing to share with us, but Big Sis was quick to tell us to get over it, or get out of her airports.
Make no mistake about it, Napolitano cannot exempt anyone with out Obama’s approval. This is a hot topic and she has had her neck chopped too many times. Here is one, not yet resolved.
Saying “adjustments will be made where they need to be made,” Napolitano still fingers you and me and mine and yours, unless perhaps we are Muslims-in-shroud.
Judge Andrew Napolitano was on Neal Cavuto today with a horrifying story of a male friend of his who travels twice a week and due to medical issues cannot be scanned. He had his shirt “ripped,” his pants unzipped and an agent peering into – emphasis – into his underwear. Unfortunately, I cannot locate that video, but I’ll post it when I do.
Napolitano was very clear today that this is completely unconstitutional, and that we must be outraged. I am.
I never want to see the day when a Muslim woman’s religious rights trumps my religious rights in America. And as an American, I have the Fourth Amendment on my side. Just try telling me that illegal “search” and “seizure” of our bodies are not a right a Christian or Jewish or atheist man or woman cannot claim.
Put the government in charge of who comes in to the U.S., although they don’t do that well either, and get them out of our legal and personal travel business. Do you think any airline will not be interested in what’s under any flowing religious garb? I’ll throw in burkas, hijabs and niqabs lest you think I don’t know what they are?
Judge Napolitano with Dana Perino on Airport Security (video)
Fox News says Muslim women will not be exempted from scans. Awaiting the onslaught of lawsuits and imam outcrys.