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“How to slow and stop the border invasions without machine guns” by an anonymous AD commenter

In Noted In Passing: The All-American Heimatsicherheitsdeinst    commenter anon notes, also in passing…

” Take the 50,000 TSA workers and put them on the Mexican border. Let them inspect, care for and control the immigrants.”

Game. Set. Match.

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  • Casey Klahn June 16, 2019, 8:52 AM

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  • Jack June 16, 2019, 1:10 PM

    I’m pretty sure that the TSA would screw up the management of immigration too. The ones I’ve met are dickheads beyond compare who simply love to fondle people. If they don’t start out that way they’ll become that way.

    I was forced to fly last week and I had a D shaped combination lock that I placed in my luggage with a couple of USB cords to charge my cell phone. I was in a Southern airport and the TSA was all black. They spent 15 minutes looking at the X-ray of the lock and cords and then sent two guys over to frisk me. Playing “stump the dickheads” is fun, except for the fondling part.

  • Anonymous June 16, 2019, 4:38 PM

    I often fly through Spokane, and lately I am getting pulled aside so they can inspect the snacks in my shoulder bag. I thought maybe they were searching for pot edibles, but, no, a baggie full of chocolate covered raisins resemble fissionable material.

  • Nori June 16, 2019, 10:23 PM

    TSA is simply a nicely uniformed job for the marginally employable. They vote to keep it,which is the purpose.

  • Casey Klahn June 17, 2019, 5:31 AM

    Hi, Anon. Spokane: my point of origin for any flight.

    Any time in the past three years inspecting my bag of raisins would’ve been a deal-breaker. My health is better, now, and so this first time insult 2 weeks ago went into my life’s book of ignominy without ruining my day.

    I get my gear inspected almost every trip. My box of pastels looks a hundred and ten percent like a bomb.

    I agree the TSA is past its due date. What makes me even madder is the airlines. The generation of executives now in power have all 9-11 mentalities, and do not remember when fliers could choose from a number of flights and routes: it was a market-oriented environment. Now it’s a goddamned Soviet style business environment. Peanuts, trash-sorting, green preaching, no flights, passenger beatings (although in retrospect that one was pretty entertaining).

    Any real business executive would know that it is time to flesh-out the flight choices, compete with prices, and go after the market. It is so ripe. They might start with putting actual fucking gas in their vehicles. The cost savings of that alone would cover the overhead, but the increase in travel would seem like the Midas touch.

    Why the hell aren’t I an airline CEO? I tell you what. When you make it to 60, and you’ve been around business and the market for awhile, you begin to see how very small these suits are. I’d give my eye teeth to be in the boardroom at United for just 10 minutes and with the microphone. Oh my God the blood would flow.

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  • jack June 19, 2019, 5:46 AM

    “How to slow and stop the border invasions without machine guns”

    It’s a invasion in there numbers. Someone(Z) is Financing this, setting up a Logistical Base and providing routing.
    That requires Belt Feds and Miniguns.