Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Henry kissinger

  • NEW YORK - When former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger flies, he gets patted down by security agents just about every time.
  • (Politico.com)
  • No, people shouldnt get special treatment. Im not sure. Apparently someone didn't pay attention in their high school Civics class.
  • (New York Daily News)
  • Is it still news that the TSA's pointless policies hassle Americans from cradle to grave? It is as far as I'm concerned. See, e.g., "TSA Says Baby-Frisking Justified" (May 12, 2011); "TSA: Terrorizing Seniors in America" (Apr. 24, 2012).
  • (Forbes)
  • What does one have to do to escape a TSA pat-down? No one is immune to a so-called secondary screening, not even a former Secretary of State.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Kissinger, 88, is a Nobel Peace Prize winner and served as secretary of state to Presidents Nixon and Ford in the 1970s. He was involved in getting the country out of Vietnam and assisted in opening up relations between China and the United States.
  • (International Business Times)
  • Henry Kissinger, the former U.S. Secretary of State, got a full Monty search by Transportation Security Administration in New York.
  • (Daily Mail)
  • Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger received little love from TSA agents at New Yorks LaGuardia airport on Friday when he was patted down.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • A Nobel Peace Prize is no guarantee that you can sail through airport security without being subjected to an embarrassing full pat-down — ask Henry Kissinger.
  • (NewsMax.com)
  • It seems the TSA has taken a break from the hard work of molesting babies and congressmen and little girls with degenerative spinal diseases and poor Geraldo Rivera, and has turned its attentions instead to actually dangerous old men.
  • (Wonkette (satire))

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