Bending America Over

The shoe bomber ordeal caused a change in security that requires everyone to remove their shoes for security purposes.

The changes being made to keep us safe on airplanes now that the latest crazy Muslim has taken a swipe at us:

Passengers getting off flights from overseas reported being told that they couldn’t get out of their seat for the last hour of their flight. Air Canada also said that during the last hour passengers won’t be allowed access to carry-on baggage or to have any items on their laps.

Whether or not this method of added security is a good thing will no doubt be hotly debated over the coming weeks. From my perspective we’re just inches away from requiring complete strip searches before boarding an airline. I still look pretty good in my Hanes, so I don’t really care.

On the other hand, it’s only a matter of time before some enterprising young terrorist decides to jam their favorite homemade incendiary up their ass, at which point, “alien probe” will take on a whole new connotation.

Enjoy.

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6 thoughts on “Bending America Over

  1. I saw a guy looking at me funny, so I went over and punched him in the face and kicked him in the head after he fell.

    I’m pretty sure he was in Al-Quada.

    • You idiot. He was probably Taliban, not Al-Q. Mistakes like that are what make Americans look foolish. As long as it wasn’t Osama Bin Laden you bashed the Bush clan will still get a birthday card from the Saudi family.
      Enjoy.

  2. Yes as much I think that’s absurd before you now it we won’t be able to have our hands in our laps when we fly and sit in an uncomfortable position when we fly. First shoes now nothing in our lap then confined positions, geesh what next?

    I’ll rock my CK’s instead of the Hanes thanks

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