TSA, the bureacracy that is in charge of touching your genitals, does a superb job of screening its employees. It is so thorough, that only the best and most fit obtain positions with the organization (so they can then look at you and your children naked). Anything less, would be outrageous. Well, prepare to be outraged. Recently, a TSA agent, Michale Scott Wilson, was arrested for possessing and distributing child pornography.
In response to this wretched news, the TSA stated:
"The TSA holds its security officers to the highest professional and ethical standards and aggressively investigates allegations of misconduct. The allegations against this individual in no way reflect on the outstanding job our more than 50,000 security officers do every day to ensure the security of the traveling public."
Actually, it does reflect on them and on the TSA. But you know what else it reflects on, how poorly the organization is run. The TSA is charged with investigating you every time you fly. They touch you inappropriately, they touch your children in a manner that would be illegal anywhere else, and they look at you, your wife and your kids naked via digital strip search. We are supposed to be comforted by the fact that TSA agents are somehow highly ethical people and reassured that TSA does a thorough job of screening applicants and employees. Well, as it turns out, neither applies in reality. This isn't the first time a TSA agent has been arrested with similar charges. Not even close in fact. Why would you allow the TSA to touch/look at you or your loved ones?
But wait, there's more good news about the TSA's efficiency and high moral fiber. Down in Miami, another TSA Agent, Eduardo Valdes, "accidentally" carried a gun into a secure area of the airport. He didn't have a concealed weapons permit to carry the firearm in the first place (which must also have been an accidental oversight?). Wow, great job TSA! I feel safe and dignified every time I fly! How about you (our one dear reader)? Remember, these people, who work for TSA, don't reflect on other TSA employees or the TSA as a whole. Just think about that "fact" instead of reality. Ignorance is bliss.