Imagine how much we could help the T.S.A and national security if we would just rise above our puritanical, Judeo/ christian standards (and laws of indecency ) and take it upon ourselves to go above and beyond their measly security standards, and fly naked.
I would love to see the day when a hundred people standing in line for an hour just decided to do their civic duty and just get naked and help these poor T.S.A folks to preserve our way of life and expedite the process. If enough people would just sacrifice their dignity in the name of national security, and fly naked the Republicans (God bless their hearts) would be able to cut the T.S.A budget and maybe devote some of that money to other useless programs like (and forgive my blasphemy) social security?
If you really put your country first it is your civic duty to get naked and show the world you WILL NOT live in fear. So I think to really get this movement started John McCain(ugh), Dick Army(eww), Sarah Palin(better), and Michele Bachman(OHH YEAH!!) should prove their love of the country in deeds instead of useless platitudes.


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