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Discussion in 'Travel Security' started by rwoman, Jun 3, 2012.
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CNN: How much do we really hate the TSA?
So maybe we hate TSA less now than in 2010??
It would not surprise me if the TSA cooked the books when it comes to what constitutes a complaint, or some other questionable measure.
I say this only because I feel the TSA has gotten worse, and the GAO has even said the TSA has cooked the books before.
We don't hate the TSA. I mean who doesn't love an organization that hires pedophiles and thieves, violates your constitutional rights and your body, all the while pissing away billions of tax dollars for security theater that has yet to ever catch a "terrorist".
It would surprise me if they didn't
I'd also say that many (most) travelers with poor experiences don't file formal complaints, be it through the website, paper forms, or phone calls. I know I haven't in the past. Maybe I should
Heck, FT alone should be able to increase that number at least 50%!
"The System Worked" <- That is what we were told!!
I take great comfort in them telling me that.
I feel more at ease with a brain surgeon in the OR saying "oops" than I do the TSA telling me their system is working.
Some of those that are more successful in avoiding travelling to/through USA will show as a reduction in the number of TSA complaints