Monday, August 15, 2005

OUTRAGE: Nothing is too good for our public servants

Buried in an article about easing up on airport security procedures is a proposal to completely exempt some passengers from screening. And guess who these privileged persons might be. Only one guess.

I am sure you got it right. No security hassle for federal judges, congressmen, Cabinet members, governors and top military brass. It is amazing just how many times our public "servants" exempt themselves from the rigors of the onerous restrictions and regulations they impose upon us mere citizens.

Looking at how judges adjudicate and the legislators legislate, methinks they may rank just behind terrorists as threats to our freedom and security.

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