With a budget of $7.6 billion and a failure rate of 80% the TSA it’s time for them to close up shop. We could rebuild all of Puerto Rico with that cash. This is just an opinion… please don’t put me on a no-fly list! 🙂
When ABC News asked the source if the failure rate was 80 percent, the response was, “You are in the ballpark.”
In a public hearing after a private classified briefing to the House Committee on Homeland Security, members of Congress called the failures by the Transportation Security Administration disturbing.
The FY 2017 Budget of $7.6 billion will allow TSA the opportunity to more fully address the additional requirements identified last year in response to findings from covert testing of screening processes and procedures by the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Office of the Inspector General (OIG).
Even if every single one of the agency’s 57,600 current employees needs to be given a lifelong pension with full salary and benefits, we need to eliminate the TSA, preferably at the speed at which it was created, which would mean that it disappears next year around Epiphany. Put the airports in charge of their own security. Let the free and the brave take their chances with an occasional full-sized tube of Colgate.