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_creationDate   November 22, 2010 8:00:22 PM
_modificationDate   November 22, 2010 8:00:22 PM
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_fullText   {{Item |author=Charles Krauthammer |source=The Washington Post |date=November 19, 2010 |url=http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/11/18/AR2010111804494.html |quote="This has nothing to do with safety - 95 percent of these inspections, searches, shoe removals and pat-downs ar ...
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Author   Charles Krauthammer
Source   The Washington Post
Date   November 19, 2010
URL   http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/11/18/AR2010111804494.html
Quote   "This has nothing to do with safety - 95 percent of these inspections, searches, shoe removals and pat-downs are ridiculously unnecessary. The only reason we continue to do this is that people are too cowed to even question the absurd taboo against profiling - when the profile of the airline attacker is narrow, concrete, uniquely definable and universally known. So instead of seeking out terrorists, we seek out tubes of gel in stroller pouches."
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Don't touch my junk by Charles Krauthammer (The Washington Post, November 19, 2010) (view)

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Topic   TSA airport screening procedures controversy
Position_fragment   New procedures are justified
Position   TSA airport screening procedures controversy / New procedures are justified
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New procedures are justified

Stance   against
Topic   TSA airport screening procedures controversy
Position_fragment   Profiling should be used instead
Position   TSA airport screening procedures controversy / Profiling should be used instead
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Profiling should be used instead

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