Katherine Mangu-Ward Discusses Sleepy, Corrupt TSA Agents with FBN's Cavuto

Reason Managing Editor Katherine Mangu-Ward discusses the lazy, corrupt security theater that has become the Transportation Security Administration with Fox Business Network's Cavuto. 

Airdate:  July 31, 2013.

About 4 minutes.

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    So is Neil Cavuto a one-namer like Madonna now?

  • Rhywun||

    The theater goes a lot deeper than just the TSA. When some NYPD cop is pawing through my bag before I can board a fucking subway car, camouflaged army drones nearby with the machine guns helpfully lowered - that is not the TSA. That is an occupation.

  • ||

    Anyone else notice new big green "PREVIEW" and "SUBMIT" buttons?

    So, I'm thinkin... New button color... Maybe they fixed "PREVIEW"

    NOT!

  • ΘJΘʃ de águila||

    And here I was thinking that you were talking about new "SUBMIT" buttons that TSA agents were wearing at the airport. Woe is me! I'm pressing a pretty green button......now!

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    No the TSA buttons say "SUBMIT... BITCH".

  • ||

    Well at least it'll be harder to press the wrong button now. That's probably why they changed it.

  • Steve G||

    Who gives a crap about the nature of their job (too boring, too much complacency). Burger flippers have a boring job too, but they, unlike TSA, have a reason to exist, which the real argument about this latest 'revelation'.

    hey, where'd the big green buttons go? tease?

  • Steve G||

    ahhh, big green buttons only appear in a "reply to this" vs top-level comment. at least for my work IE.

  • croaker||

    TSA delenda est

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