I don't know what these people are saying about airport body scans, but it looks funny, and some of the gags are visual. Here is the link.
Anthony Bradley has a good column on the subject in WORLDmag.com, "Saying ‘no’ to airport body scans."
When I recently flew out of Charlotte, N.C., I opted out and found myself being touched in ways that had me wondering if I had somehow accidentally wandered into my doctor’s office for a complete physical exam.
He reports this:
[T]hese new measures have no proven success in increasing airport security, according to Rafi Sela, an Israeli security expert. Sela recently testified before the Canadian government that these full-body X-rays are “useless.” “I can overcome the body scanners with enough explosives to bring down a Boeing 747,” he said. As such, the Israeli government does not use body scans in the Tel Aviv airport. Maybe our government could learn a lesson from the Israelis?
This is all an excellent argument for two things. (1) The federal government screws up everything it touches. (2) High speed rail.
I will not be flying until this stops.