- Nov 20, 2008
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What you're talking about is more analogous to having everyone in line at the TSA strip searched and having all articles of clothing and luggage searched individually. Finding a proper balance between invasive restrictions and proper security/safety is the key. In the TSA world, having people go through a metal detector or body scanner and a brief x-ray of their luggage is enough. In the world of driving, speed limits are set at a reasonable amount (although there is a probably case to be made that the speed limits are too high, particularly on city streets).If we all drove 2 MPH whenever we were in a car, that would also dramatically decrease traffic fatalities. Why isn't that the right thing to do?