Wednesday, March 2, 2011

No media bias here. Nuh-uh. Nope.

I followed an InstyLink to this "news" article whose writer was shocked!  Shocked! To find discourtesy and profanity directed toward our public masters servants!
WMUR reported on a visibly upset Concord resident who recounted to the Criminal Justice Committee how he recently had to cancel a visit with his mother because he did not want to submit to pat downs. The man made a point of overemphasizing the word “submit.”
After the hearing, Rep. Laura Pantelakos (D-Portsmouth) told the man that he does not need to get on an airplane if he doesn’t want to. “That is your choice,” she said.
“F—K you!” the man barked back, though the comment was bleeped out by WMUR.
Did a little surfing to find out what the hearing was about anyway - the article said something about "the state's sexual predator registry?"  Intriguing...

Bill Would Make Some Airport Screening Sexual Assault 
CONCORD, N.H. -- Lawmakers and residents engaged in heated debate Tuesday over a bill that would make random airport security pat-downs and body scans criminal in New Hampshire.The bill (HB628-FN) "makes the touching or viewing with a technological device of a person’s breasts or genitals by a government security agent without probable cause a sexual assault," according to the introductory text of the bill."Let's put their name on the sex offender registry, and maybe that will tell them New Hampshire means business," said bill co-sponsor Rep. Andrew Manuse, R-Derry.
"That is a crime in this state, and we should charge them every single time," said bill co-sponsor Rep. George Lambert, R-Litchfield.
WHA? Lemme get this straight...Somebody in the New Hampshire legislature is declaring war on the TSA, and this newsie thinks the big story of the day is that some uppity prole dropped an F-bomb on a congressvermin?



Anonymous said...

Well, I don't want to be crude but F-K the congress vermin and the horse she rode in on and all her lying, statist, collectivist ilk.

sth_txs said...

I like seeing states do stuff like this, but in the end, it comes down to the titel of your blog.

If the state is not willing to use a gun to enforce if necessary, it will be an empty gesture.

Mayberry said...

The CONgressvermin HATE it when us proles highlight their irrelevance. F-K them indeed, and a high flying one finger salute...

CorbinKale said...

I believe that is the proper response to Miss Grundy and anyone else, who insists we must be assaulted for our own good.