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So you may ask, who the hell ordered these full body scanners in the first damned place?  One guess.

Who thought there were 57 states?

Ahhhhh come on, you know this one.

Okay, I will give you one more hint.

In 2008, he said that a vote for him was a vote for socialism.

Knew you would get it.


“A constitutional attorney preparing to legally challenge the Transportation Security Administration’s enhanced screening procedures – which reveal a virtually nude image of passengers – says airline passengers have Barack Obama to thank for the process.

‘Legislation has been proposed to mandate full-body scanners and make them the primary screening method in all U.S. airports by 2013, but Congress has yet to act on it,’ John Whitehead, president of the Rutherford Institute,wrote in a new commentary.

‘So we can thank President Obama for this frontal assault on our Fourth Amendment rights. Mind you, this is the same man who insisted that ‘we will not succumb to a siege mentality that sacrifices the open society and liberties and values that we cherish as Americans,’ Whitehead said.

Sign onto the petition demanding the suspension of the privacy-invading scans and pat-downs.

‘Yet in the wake of the bumbling underwear bomber’s botched Christmas Day attempt to blow up a Detroit-bound plane, Obama directed the Homeland Security Department ‘to acquire $1 billion in advanced-technology equipment, including body scanners, for screening passengers,’ he continued….”

I indicated in an earlier post that this was an attack on our person, intended to nudge Americans into complying with a police state and I was right.

A commentary at Boston.com noted Chertoff was taking advantage of the position he had held with the government “to push full body scanners into American airports.”

…Further, there appears to be a concerted effort to coerce people into the scanning machines, because while opting out now is legally possible, the result is a full-body pat-down that one writer said is intended to bludgeon people into cooperation.”

The government has now declared war on our persons and our liberty.  Are we going to allow them to cross this line or will we take a stand and say ENOUGH?  If not, what is next?

“While the individual situations are alarming, Whitehead said, it’s the constitutional conflict that’s going to create the biggest problem.

‘The next thing you know we’re going to have iris scans (for identification),’ he warned. ‘The Department of Homeland Security already is spending money on this.’

Biometrics of that kind would be part and parcel of a ‘surveillance state,’ he warned.”

We have a government in place who intends to take us from being free men and women into a police state and next a surveillance state.  When do you say enough America?

How about NOW? Stop it before it goes any further and get that damn dictator out of office.  Put an end to the Progressive movement who is behind this.  This is not my future, the future for my children, grandchildren and their children.

Leave my civil liberties ALONE.

SO IS ALL OF THIS LEGAL?  Of course, not!

“The Constitution does not allow blanket strip searches or full-body pat downs of American citizens unless there’s some reasonable suspicion that criminal activity is afoot. If we allow the government to reverse the burden of proof so that we have to prove our innocence, then we might as well give up on the Constitution altogether. At that point, we are all suspects in the surveillance state,” he said.

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