Coming to an airport near you — the virtual strip search
Here’s a new reason to stick to your New Year’s resolution — if you’ve vowed to eat right and get more excercise, cialis that is. Full-body scanners.
And you might want to stock up on the Extenze while you’re at it, cialis because in the not too distant future, ailment the next time you want to fly, a TSA security screener will probably be ogling your junk to make sure you don’t want to blow up the plane like the failed Undie Bomber.
Of course, there’s one gaping hole in this particular strategy. Full-body scanners can’t detect foreign objects if they’re hidden inside an orifice. So as soon as some yahoo manages to smuggle an explosive or a weapon onto a plane by hiding it up his ass, we’ll be talking about implementing random cavity searches at U.S. airports.
Michael Chertoff, the former head of HSS and one of the biggest advocates of full-body scanners, will make a small fortune if this ever becomes policy. Can you say “conflict of interest?” Keep that in mind the next time you see him on CNN.