Buttle's World

26 February, 2009

TSA: A dagger in the heart of General Aviation

Filed under: Posts — clgood @ 12:30

If the technicalities of the latest “security” proposal from the paranoid jackboots at the TSA seem hard to follow, this should make it very clear.

This is not a big plane, and the idea that when it’s in private operation it should face the same security as a commercial airplane is laughable. Do we need to screen all five passengers that are traveling together from the same company? Should we not let them on with a knife just because they’re on a plane instead of anywhere else? Please. . . . This would put another dagger in the heart of general aviation, an industry that has already taken more than its share of pain this year.

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