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    Nov292012

    Believe It or Nuts: TSA Above the Law

    TSA administrator John Pistole is refusing to testify before Congress. He claims the the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Aviation has no jurisdiction over the TSA. In other words, the body that approves the TSA’s $8 billion annual budget has no actual jurisdiction over the TSA. It just writes the check to Obama’s civilian force that he described as “just as powerful and well funded as the military.”

    Is this just plain nuts or what? This is outright criminal behavior by another one of the Democrat thugs in the Obama dictatorship. That’s right, it has now become a dictatorship that has been propped up and supported by the propaganda spewing media, and abetted by the Republican Party’s total sham of an alternative.

    Don’t expect anyone to effectively challenge this. They got away with Fast and Furious. They will get away with this one as well.

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