Friday, November 19, 2010

Seeking nominations for Parasite of the Year – TSA leads by wide margin

Posted By CotoBlogzz

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - Airport security is about connecting the dots, not trying to highlight the obvious, as evidenced by El Al, Israel's national carrier and arguably the safest airline in the world.

Consider that the safest airport is Ben Gurion International, in Tel Aviv and that  =no El Al plane has been attacked by terrorists in more than three decades, and no flight leaving Ben Gurion has ever been hijacked.   

Further, whereas the US’s Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) and Secretary Napolitano’s main focus is reactive,  using low-skilled workers and expensive, intrusive, high technology to in essence, highlight the obvious dots, El Al focus  is proactive, using intelligence and highly skilled, highly educated personnel to connect the dots.

What happened after the shoe bomber?  TSA orders you to take off your shoes.  What about the underwear bomber.  Virtually take off your underwear and or be submitted to an intrusive pat-down. 
Now, what happens if a person has swalloed an electronic gadget – does everyone now need to go through an MRI or have a surgeon cut everyone open?

Now, we have been arguing that there is a need for a parasitic bureaucracy closure and realignment initiative to close and or merge some 80% of all of the county, state and national bureaucracies.  The TSA is the leading candidate for the Parasite of the Year Award based on its latest bone-headed reactive security initiatives.
Other nominees are:

Federal Parasites
            Transportation Safety Authority
Department of Education
Environmental  Protection Agency
California’s Parasites
California Law Revision Commission

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