Most have seen the news that the Texas House unanimously passed a bill declaring that any government (read “TSA”) employee who “touches the anus, sexual organ, buttocks, or breast of another person including through the clothing, or touches the other person in a manner that would be offensive to a reasonable person,” shall be guilty of a crime if such search is conducted without probable cause to believe the other person had committed a crime.
After the Texas house scored with that popular vote, the Senate stepped up to the plate ready to turn the bill into law. At this point, U.S. Attorney John Murphy sent a letter to the Texas Senate threatening to ground all Texas flights. “If HR 1937 were enacted, the federal government would likely seek an emergency stay of the statute,” Murphy wrote. “Unless or until such a stay were granted, TSA would likely be required to cancel any flight or series of flights for which it could not ensure the safety of passengers or crew.”
The Texans quickly backed down.
Feds 1, Lone Star State 0
Now the State of Utah may step up to protect the honor of their mothers & daughters, babies & grandmothers: Utah lawmaker’s proposal to ban TSA pat downs in Utah
Now Missouri Gov. Nixon is being urged to consider asking for a special legislative session to deal with Missouri’s spring disasters:
Others have called for a session to consider the nuclear plant site permit. If this happens, might we see the legislature also take up an anti-TSA molestation bill? Might something be done about this ongoing assault?
Hard at work. Can’t you just hear this next guy grunting, even without sound?
Most people are unaware of the dangers of allowing un-inspected breasts onto an airplane, but apparently it’s the real deal!