So until this gets ironed out, likely through the courts, are people going to stop flying? If you refuse the scan or the pat down, you will not be allowed to fly, and may face a hefty fine. What are your options, especially if your JOB requires travel? What is the common sense solution at this moment?
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Answer by Izsarejman at 2:50 PM on Nov. 20, 2010
I seem to recall some disgruntled people on here complaining about the cost of travel expenses for our elected officials, and some even suggesting that in this day and age, if one were really concerned about the economy, those officials, including our president, could do their business via video-conferencing. . .
If that were a viable option for our president, according to those very wise women, then why wouldn't it be a viable option for the regular business travellers? If it can be suggested that our president (and other officials) should do their business via modern technology, then why not others? Wouldn't it save time and money--not to mention the "humiliation" of a pat-down?
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