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ANN COULTER: STRANGE MEN GROPE NANCY PELOSI OR THE TERRORISTS HAVE WON AnnCoulter.com

November 24, 2010

STRANGE MEN GROPE NANCY PELOSI OR THE TERRORISTS HAVE WON

November 24, 2010

As long as the head of the TSA, Long Dong Silver, refuses to get rid of the intrusive, possibly dangerous airport searches, how about requiring members of Congress to go through the same security screening in order to enter hallowed congressional office buildings?

Not just Barney Frank — I mean all members of Congress. “We’ve patted you down twice, Congressman Frank. Why don’t you just go to your office now?”

The Rayburn House Office Building is a far more likely target for a terrorist attack than a random flight out of a random American airport. But every passenger on every flight in America must allow a TSA agent to get to second base with them, in some cases third base, or appear live in a nude video in order to board the plane.

If that’s necessary to keep us airline passengers safe, why not use the same security procedures to protect members of Congress?

According to the FAA, there were about 37,000 commercial flights per day in 2008. A mere six buildings contain the offices of every member of our country’s entire legislative branch.

So why shouldn’t the people entering those tempting terrorist targets be given the same security screenings as the roughly half-million Americans taking random commercial flights every day?

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