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Published:November 16th, 2010 14:23 EST

Don't Be A Wimp! Tell TSA Goons: Don't Touch My Junk! John Tyner Hero!

By Robert Paul Reyes


"A California man got thrown out of San Diego`s airport when he refused a revealing full-body scan and then an alternative pat-down, telling a Transportation Security Agent, "If you touch my junk, I`ll have you arrested."


John Tyner, 31, said he was told he could face a civil lawsuit and a $10,000 fine for leaving the screening area before the security check was complete, according to news reports and his blog.

Tyner captured his dust-up with TSA officials in cell phone recordings now going viral, highlighting the issue of privacy and the debate over the latest screening technology." Read More

American sheeple are resigned to being groped and poked as they are herded through the screening areas at airports. I`ve seen countless interviews were passengers were asked by reporters how they felt about the enhanced pat-down and full-body scans, and they responded that it`s the price they have to pay to be safe. If a TSA rent-a-cop puts on a latex glove and asks the average passenger to take off his pants and boxer shorts, he will readily comply.

Finally a red-blooded American patriot with the guts to tell the TSA goons: If you touch, my junk, I`ll have you arrested. We need to follow John Tyner`s example, and say "Enough is Enough!" Join Tyner`s army of American patriots and participate in National Opt-Out Day:

"Wednesday, November 24, 2010 is NATIONAL OPT-OUT DAY!

It`s the day ordinary citizens stand up for their rights, stand up for liberty, and protest the federal government`s desire to virtually strip us naked or submit to an "enhanced pat down" that touches people`s breasts and genitals in an aggressive manner. You should never have to explain to your children, "Remember that no stranger can touch or see your private area, unless it`s a government employee, then it`s OK."

The goal of National Opt Out Day is to send a message to our lawmakers that we demand change. We have a right to privacy and buying a plane ticket should not mean that we`re guilty until proven innocent. This day is needed because many people do not understand what they consent to when choosing to fly."

Don`t be a pussy cat, join the movement to oppose TSA tyranny! Having your junk fondled by a security guard won`t improve airport security one iota. Airport security should focus on passengers who meet a certain psychological and religious profile, and stop harassing and sexually assaulting the rest of us.