TSA Fondling Women and Children?
I find this video really disturbing. I fly to matches several times a year, both internationally and domestically, and since I am traveling with firearms, it can get particularly troublesome.
Do we have a right to fly? No, of course not. The airlines can set whatever restrictions they want. You aren't forced to travel on their airline. You can choose a different form of transport, or choose not to travel.
I'm not sure which troubles me the most, though, the fact that high resolution pictures are being taken of travelers by TSA, the fact that passengers, particularly women and children who opt out of the nude photography are being fondled by the TSA agents, or by the fact that if I opt out of the nude photography on my next trip I may end up on one of their "Do not allow to fly" lists, identified as a gun carrying troublemaker.
To give credit where it's due, my contacts in the past with TSA concerning traveling by air with firearms has been positive. Those TSA folks, however, seem to be a different group entirely from the ones running the passenger "Screening" lines.
The whole thing reeks much more of unneeded government control rather than any logical attempt to increase air travel security.