I am traveling to Denver, CO from Dallas, TX in December to attend my son’s graduation from the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO.
I will not be flying. I refuse to be subjected to the gross violation of privacy that is currently occurring during passenger screening. I will not submit to either a trip in the scanner nor will I submit to a groping by the TSA.
The ticket price for this trip was $338 including taxes and fees.
I would much rather drive that be subjected to the humiliation of the current rules for passenger screening.
I know that Southwest Airlines doesn’t make the rules for screening, but I don’t care. You deserve to lose customers and business for allowing the TSA to fondle your customers.
Sunday, November 14, 2010
Dear American, Southwest and United...
Jim Stacey sent the following note to American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and United Airlines: