Defiance Continues: New Clothing Line Reminds TSA of the 4th Amendment
New Clothing Line Reminds TSA of the 4th Amendment
Giving people a voice....
Got to give them credit for trying.
Not thrilled with the Transportation Security Administration's new touchy-feely pat down techniques and full-body scanners? Now there's a line of underclothes that offer a friendly reminder of the Fourth Amendment during controversial searches.
It's called 4th Amendment Wear.
Metallic ink printed on shirts spells out the privacy rights stated in the amendment and is designed to appear in TSA scanners.
Creators Tim Geoghegan, 34, and Matthew Ryan, 28, both advertising professionals, designed the clothing as a conceptual art piece but ended up selling out of their limited stock shortly after launching their website last week.
Ryan says "We're giving people a voice when they don't have a voice at all,"
But Mr. Ryan you have 450 members of Congress and 100 Senators.
Just a thought.
You also have Public Advocate.
Public Advocate continues opposition to the body scanning and nude x-rays and advocates Israeli-style profiling and New York Taxi Commission style profiling which was just announced.
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