Travelers to TSA: It’s payback time

TSA screening is humiliating.

You take off your shoes and your belt. You tolerate the pat-downs and scanners that penetrate your clothes.

Some of us have the personal contents of our luggage laid bare for the world to see.
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The TSA gets an “F”

We wait in long lines, in crowded security checkpoints, shuffle along in our socks, remove our belts (what does the TSA have against belts?) and are ordered around like jailhouse perps.

Then there’s the physical contact with TSA agents that, under different circumstances, would justify a slap or a lawsuit.
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