Originally Posted by Samuel Dravis
I personally think it makes sense to object to "security theater" procedures generally, and particularly ones that are by their nature offensive to privacy and dignity. He doesn't seem to be the best public speaker, but at least he has some knowledge of his personal worth.
I have never found stuff like that "offensive to privacy and dignity". They are the standard procedures that are there to protect people from plane hijackers and the like. If his sense of personal worth (which he seems to think is too big in my opinion...) is worth more than his job and flying to him, fine. Waging a war on security with limited understanding on subject is just plain stupid IMHO.