My feeling is that we just need to focus on convincing people that the TSA really isn't keeping us safe, though. I've been through several checkpoints of theirs where there are plenty of opportunities to come up with weapons or ways to hijack a plane (that is, if the basis of the scenario is that the 9/11 hijackers used boxcutters to hijack the planes they allegedly flew into the towers). If they were able to use only boxcutters, then what is stopping terrorists from coming up with other clever weapons after they pass the checkpoints??? Anyone been past a TSA checkpoint lately? There is a multitude of material there for terrorists to use in hijacking a plane. Anyone ever known anyone who worked at a prison? Just ask them all of the clever ways that criminals create deadly weapons as dangerous, if not more dangerous, weapons than the boxcutters that the 9/11 terrorists allegedly used. Anyone ever heard of a shank????
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