I see Steven Crowder in a video, and I'm still surprised he used to be the voice of The Brain on the PBS series Arthur, but his latest one has led me to respond:
Whenever I hear about government flirting with the idea of a smoking ban, or hear about government wanting to ban salt in their city's restaurants, the inner libertarian in me comes out raging in full force. Okay, maybe I'm being dramatic, but there are times when the inner libertarian in me comes out, and this story about the TSA and body scanners is the latest example.
I don't like the idea of any stranger seeing me naked in an airport for any reason; even if it proved useful in stopping terrorism, this is still security gone amok. Thankfully, there are better alternatives, with the Israelis said to have a better approach when it comes to airport security. If that's the case, why not follow the Israelis' example?
I may be a guy who hasn't been on a plane in nearly 20 years, but this kind of stuff is government going too far. It should be stopped right now.