Ann Coulter And The TSA—The Rest Of The Story
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I wrote the other day that "Ann Coulter has been calling for racial profiling in airport security since September of 2001." These examples, in more detail, are culled from If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans .
  • [I]N the government's obsessive drive for "equality," perhaps airport security guards will be forced to start searching Arabs now, too. - "Mineta's Bataan Death March," 2-28-02
  • THE FAA's new hijacker repellent is this: Passengers will now have to show boarding passes to get to the gates. This wily stratagem will stop cold any hijackers on suicide missions who forgot to buy airline tickets. - "Where's Janet Reno When We Need Her?," 9-20-01
  • SO far, America's response to a calculating cold-blooded enemy has been to say, "Excuse me, you seem to have dropped your box cutter." - "Future Widows of America: Write Your Congressman," 9-28-01
  • THE government's logical calculus on flight security has long been: Really Annoying = Safe Plane. (Does anyone not know how to use a seat belt? Say you were an alien from a distant galaxy and had never in your entire life seen a seat belt before - couldn't you figure it out?) - "Where's Janet Reno When We Need Her?," 9-20-01
  • LIKE many of you, I carefully reviewed the lawsuits against the airlines in order to determine which airlines had engaged in the egregious discrimination [against Muslim men], so I could fly only those airlines....What a wasted marketing opportunity! Imagine the great slogans the airlines could use: "Now Frisking All Arabs - Twice!" "More Civil-Rights Lawsuits Brought by Arabs Than Any Other Airline!" "The Friendly Skies - Unless You're an Arab!" "You Are Now Free to Move About the Cabin - Not So Fast, Mohammed!" - "Arab Hijackers Now Eligible For Preboarding," 4-25-04
  • ONE hundred percent of the terrorist attacks on commercial airlines based in America for twenty years have been committed by Muslims. When there is a 100 percent chance, it ceases to be a profile. It's called a "description of the suspect." - Treason, p. 265
Ann Coulter has more links at her own site.
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