Kentucky Senator Rand Paul detained by TSA at Nashville airport [Opinion: The Arena]

Jan 23, 2012 Full story: Louisville.com

Kentucky's junior senator, Republican Rand Paul, was detained at the Nashville airport this morning by agents of the Transportation Safety Administration, and it was all over the news.

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Chad

Canton, OH

#1 Jan 24, 2012
Democrat, Republican or whatever, the TSA is wasting money and Rand should not have been stopped.
We need to target the ones who DO bring bombs on planes and their not little girls or old ladies, their probably 99.999% muslim.
This polictal correct BS is just BS.
I guess there was a bomb in that old ladies colostomy bag and Rand had one hidden in his knee?
What a waste of money!
What is this, China or the USSR?

Since: Apr 11

Burke, VA

#2 Jan 26, 2012
Chad, right on! I agree totally, one look at Ron Paul will tell anyone he is brainless and couldn't harm a flea.

Plus, he was wearing a Senate pin denoting he was a member of Congress. What more proof of dementia and mental retardation does The TSA need to let the poor twit go on his way?

Save the expensive scanners for the real threats!

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