:shakehead:The TSA points out that even if an airport decides to use a private firm for security, the screeners still must follow TSA guidelines. That would include using the full body scanners if they are installed at the airport.
So is Ron Paul. http://paul.house.gov/index.php?option= ... &Itemid=60grog said:
You're right. But hopefully if the word gets out about some TSA layoffs due to opt-outs, the remaining TSA employees will also "get the message" and not feel so untouchable.samman23 said:I think a private firm would be better. I know the whole situation sucks to begin with, but part of the problem is TSA always has a don't give a poop cause we're untouchable attitude all the time. Private Firms would do their job regarding security while still being polite or risk being replaced by the airport.
Yep. Flying Orlando to Atlanta is about a 6 hour ordeal once you make it to and from each airport, park, deal with security, and fly.bdee said:I found that driving takes only slightly longer given the amount of time needed at the airport these days.