Tuesday, July 19, 2011

TSA Gets a Taste of Its Own Medicine and Gets Groped Back

Apparently they can dish it out but they really can’t take it.

The TSA is well known at this point for performing indecent acts on innocent and unsuspicious travelers. Neither infants, nor small children, nor 94-year-old grandmothers in wheelchairs are safe from their invasive presence at airport security stations.

Actually, the only people who do seem to be able to get through unmolested are the very people they’re supposed to be watching out for.

Besides the fact that they’re blatantly useless to anybody but the terrorists – who I’m sure are laughing it up in their holes knowing just how much they succeeded in destroying what makes the U.S. so great – it’s just plain rude to go for second base without permission, much less before the third date.

The least the TSA could do is buy us a meal first.

Since they have so far refused to do so, I can’t say I blame Colorado’s Yukari Mihamae for getting a little ticked off with the TSA earlier this month.

The 61-year-old told the New York Post that she flies frequently and therefore comes into frequent unpleasant contact with the federally sanctioned molesters.

Apparently, it was one too many times because she went and grabbed a TSA agent’s breasts, squeezing and twisting them.

She’s now charged with felony sexual abuse.


Obviously the TSA doesn’t get the meaning of the word “Irony”… or the Golden Rule.

1 comment:

  1. I detest the TSA, very well written Jeannette