Sorry to hear you have such a hard time finding clothes. I can imagine why but I will leave it at that.
Thank you for your concern. The fact is that I really like my jeans dark red
with orange peace signs on them. And I do have a hard time finding shops that
We have a great man running this country
Actually,... Oh, never mind...
If you like other countries so much maybe you should look into moving to one of them.
Despite that I currently live in the US, I am in fact from Europe and I
wouldn'tbe surprised if I eventually end up going back... Thank you for your
warm encouragement and for making me feel very welcome here.
We can't lock our bags anymore because any piece of luggage that goes on a plane is subject to search
So, what's wrong with searching them before
checking in, when
the owner is there, as they do at FRA
, or MIA
(which I'm sure they were
not designed to have screening machines in the middle of the terminal)?
The problem with people like you is that the government has managed to
convince you that the only way to have good security at airports is to
destroy the passangers' rights and privacy. Guess what? There are other,
equally effective, ways too.
No other country is as much a target as the USA.
You might find that, say, the UK is as much a target as the US, given Tony
Blaire's warm support for the President. Are you required to fly with your
luggage unlocked from the UK? No. Do they carefully screen the luggage in
the UK? Yes.
These terrorists hate us and our freedom.
Given all that you've said so far, what freedom?
This is a fact and I love living here and if means having my luggage searched when I travel so be it. I comply and leave my bags open. You
should do the same and stop complaining and give these people a break.
I do comply too, as I have no other choice. But it doesn't mean that I also
think that getting my privacy and rights destroyed by the TSA
is a great idea
and I thank the President and the government for that.
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