TSA mocks Breast Cancer Awareness Month by using pink gloves

by Lisa Simeone on October 9, 2012


Really, you can’t make this stuff up:

According to TSA spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein, during the month of October the 650 TSA officers at Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) will be be wearing pink gloves instead of the more familiar blue gloves as a sign of their support in the fight against Breast Cancer.

It’s always better to be sexually assaulted with pretty colors, don’t you think?

I don’t know what else I can say about it that the TSA’s own behavior doesn’t already say for itself. I’ll leave it for you in the comments.

Meanwhile, yet more breast cancer survivors have come forward about their treatment at the hands of the TSA. Statements such as this, however, I simply don’t understand:

 “My reaction was just like hers. I was completely surprised,” she explained.

This has been going on as a matter of policy for two years. How can you be “completely surprised”??

And take a look at the comment thread at this related link for all the people who are afraid of booby bombs and butt bombs.

(Photo Credit: our tax dollars)

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