Mubarak and TSA agree: No advantage to them leaving

In “TSA shuts door on private airport screening program,” CNN reports that “TSA chief John Pistole said Friday he has decided not to expand the program beyond the current 16 airports, saying he does not see any advantage to it.”

The advantage, of course, is that it generates pressure on his agency to do better. I hope that he’ll be forced to answer to John Mica, who encouraged airports to do this, and is the chairman of the committee on transportation and infrastructure.

I believe Hosni Mubarak made similar comments about not needing regime change.

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  2. since private screening is just the same old same old with different uniforms, who cares? And regime change is Egypt will be more of the same old with some new faces.

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