Craige McMillan writes in his Nov. 18 WorldNetDaily column:
TSA is very much like the income-tax-administered health-care law passed by the Democrats. Health "reform" was an end run around the Constitution, using the IRS to give the government permission for something it doesn't have. So too the TSA is an end run around the Constitution. TSA is designed to give the federal government something denied it by the Constitution: A federal police force.
Now you have an inkling of how it works, America.
It wouldn't be McMillan if he didn't engage in some good old-fashioned derangement, and he delivers:
Here's a summary of today's elitist thinking on security: Islam trying to kill us; Islam good. Christianity trying to save us; Christianity bad.
The more prestigious the university attended, the more likely it has indoctrinated its wards with communist propaganda and historical revisionist fantasies, devised by a faculty intentionally removed from daily reality. These permanently defiled grads have gone on to their rightful (in their minds) places of influence, educated to the ethical and historical level of third-graders at the time of the American Revolution.
Thanks, Mr. McMillan, for reminding us yet again why nobody should take anything you say seriously.