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, I've been through it 6 times and there was aotulbsely nothing about it which was humiliating and I never once felt as if I were being groped or molested. Anyway, low radiation scanners are being rapidly introduced. They give 1/40th of a chest xray's worth of radiation. Presumably, you also object to the revealing nature of these scans. If this freaks you out so much, then just don't fly. Don't degrade my safety for the sake of whatever it is about which you have such a sense of moral outrage.With respect to drunk driving, I'd be very much in favor of a system in which you had to blow into a tube in order to start your car. This is simple and sensible technology. Just as important, I'd be in favor of a ban of all mobile phone usage while driving, including hands free. Studies show that this is every bit as dangerous as driving under the influence. The federal government has, indeed, protected me from a lot of harm. When I grew up, seat belts weren't mandatory and I used to take naps on the ledge over and behind the back seat of our car and adults used to smoke while driving me around in it. I swam across the Ohio River when I was a teenager, and it was filthy. Today, it's much better. Los Angeles air was brown in the 1970s and mostly blue today. Airplanes were regularly hijacked in the 1970s but haven't been hijacked since 9/11. Automobiles are much safer today than in the past, owing to lots of things, but owing partly to government regulations, crash test data, etc. The FDA does a darn good job of keeping both pharmaceuticals and food supply safe. Department of Transportation rules regarding long haul truck operation make the highways safer. South Carolina has more than double the than California and Texas has a 35% higher fatality rate than California. Government got rid of smoking on airplanes and most public places. I know what's in the food I buy, because it says so right on the labels. And on and on.Government does a spectacularly good job of protecting the health and safety of its citizens.- Larry Weisenthal/Huntington Beach, CAReply

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