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I don't think body scanners are the answer, my husband has a defibrillator and pacemaker implanted, he is seldom asked to show his medical card. He can't go threw the x-ray and has a patdown. Whats to stop a terrorist from having something implanted and get a patdown and be on his way? My husband is also a diabetic and takes insulin and needles in his carryon with a doctors letter, what is to stop a terrorist from getting a fake doctors letter and taking insulin bottles with something else in them? I think everyone who travels should have a security card or badge with your finger print in the system, when you go to the airport you slide your card and touch one of those finger print things they have at casinos when you write a check. Seems simple to me, If you don't like it don't fly.
Anonymous 3:53 p.m., you obviously didn't watch this video or get the concept --- that our system for providing medical care is insane. The video had nothing to do with air travel, except to use it as a metaphor for a rational health care system.Duh.
This is a great parody!
I don't get this !
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