It's nice that YOU are okay with being groped, and being treated like a criminal even if you haven't committed a crime ... but I am not. I would not give up my consititutional rights for a false sense that the government is trying to make things safe. IF they come up with an optional search line at the airport ... I expect to see you in it, so you can stick to your principles.<quoted text>
I'd rather be groped by the TSA,then be blown out of the sky,or crashed into a skyscraper.They have shown what they are capable of when it comes to killing.Would you have our govt.
As far as the government not coming into your home ... you gotta go back an do your research again. There are too many examples where a government agency bursting into a home using a "no knock" warrent only to find out that they have the wrong address. And is some cases, no warrant at all.<quoted text>
do nothing,they are not coming into your home and searching you,they are doing it,before you board an airline,to protect the public,totally different concept.
Amendment 4 - Search and Seizure<quoted text>
Suggest you read the 4th and try to comprrehend it,apparently you are struggling with it's meaning,
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
OKAY, so as the 4th amendment states above ... What probable cause did I demonstrate that gave the TSA the right to search me, and all my things while I travel?
Based on your poor sentence structure with run on senticenes and your inability to read the whole amendment ... YOU wouldn't be the one to tutor me.<quoted text> get a tutor it might help.