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In which I tick off some friends, but this is a freaking atrocity, a horror show, an embarrassment. I thought by the way that the President was going to change all of this garbage – it would have been a reason for me to vote for him.

In the aftermath of my events on Sept. 11, 2011, I feel violated, humiliated and sure that I was taken from the plane simply because of my appearance. Though I never left my seat, spoke to anyone on the flight or tinkered with any “suspicious” device, I was forced into a situation where I was stripped of my freedom and liberty that so many of my fellow Americans purport are the foundations of this country and should be protected at any cost.

But this is supposed to be an economics blog, back to your regularly scheduled programming tomorrow.

One Response to “My Country Tis of Thee, Sweet Land of ?”

  1. David R. Henderson says:

    This is terrible. She should have refused to talk to them. She has that right.

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