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In public statement, TSA lies about the Constitution

• Tenth Amendment Center
Round two of the battle for travel freedom is well underway. The first round, which garnered national attention in the fall of 2010, focused primarily on the TSA implementing new procedures…pat downs, body scanners….and the public outcry against it….boycotts, protests, calling congress to demand change. But, as the public response failed to stop the scanners and searches, round two has moved to state legislatures around the country. Most prominently, Texas, where the state house just passed a bill banning TSA searches without probable cause. Click here to read the Tenth Amendment Center’s report on the bill. This time, the TSA is on the defensive, and published an official statement about the Texas bill on their blog: What’s our take on the Texas House of Representatives voting to ban the current TSA pat-down? Well, the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution (Article. VI. Clause 2) prevents states from regulating the federal government. The problem here? The statemen

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Comment by Sam Weathersby
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The Tenth Amendment Center peeps don't seem to like the 2nd one very much. I had replies to two posts deleted. I did not cuss. I did not disrespect or lie or inflame.... I did make some valid points that  they don't seem to like.  I was given no reason why my voice was muted. 

What kind of pretend Constitution supporting site is the 10the Amendment Center any way????


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