Your tax dollars hard at being completely wasted. The TSA and Earth Day.

How many federal employees does it take to waste our tax dollars and push an agenda?

The Transportation Security Administration, or TSA, is familiar to anyone who flies.  They’re the people that make you take off your shoes, your belt, conduct body cavity searches and make grandma get out of the wheel chair because she might be a terrorist.  Aside from being worthless and unionized (so they can’t be fired easily, thanks Dems), they are also pushing a PC agenda, at least in Atlanta.

One of our contributors flew to Atlanta today and sent back the pictures below of an Earth Day booth set up and manned by TSA employees, in uniform and presumably on the clock (meaning we’re paying them) promoting the global warming agenda and ways to “fight it and save the earth.”

We haven’t read the TSA manual, though we suspect these employees haven’t either because there is no way this is listed as part of their duties.  Being rude, arrogant and all-around uncooperative to passengers probably is, but pushing a left-wing agenda…not so much.

TSA in Atlanta

How many TSA employees does it take...

TSA Atlanta hard at work

That's a whole lot of global warming.

Bye, bye tax dollars


2 Responses to “Your tax dollars hard at being completely wasted. The TSA and Earth Day.”

  1. 1 Michelle
    April 23, 2008 at 3:03 pm

    Blame the government for pushing this crap.

  2. 2 PJ
    April 23, 2008 at 4:14 pm

    You sure this isn’t some 6th grade science fair? It sure looks like one.

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