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  • Throwing money at a problem doesn't work.

    The Transportation Security Agency is a case study of what happens when you throw money at a bureaucratic tangled mess and hope it does something good. Instead what we've got is a group of petty entry level bureaucrats in jobs that have higher turnover rates than people working the fast food drive-thru who have become notorious for stealing during luggage inspections and trying to intimidate travelers. The TSA is corrupt, and it's not going to get better without some serious oversight.

  • No it is not corrupt

    No, I do not think that the TSA is corrupt and is just trying to do its job. It cannot be easy trying to keep so many people safe through regulations, and I think that the TSA above all else has everyone's best intentions in mind and always wants safety first.


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