But They Know Where Our Genitals Are

The federal government has lost track of 119,000 aircraft. That is correct, the same government that subjects us to naked body scans and groping pat downs has lost track of over a hundred thousand aircraft. The same government that knows exactly where our genitals are cannot tell us where these planes are and there is concern that they could be used by drug traffickers or terrorists.

Ya think?

How is it that they can lose track of so many airplanes? It might be more palatable if they had lost track of a few but airplanes are not pocket watches and cannot be easily hidden. They are required to be registered so one would think that when it is time to re-register the government would be on top of it.

It appears that this is not the case.

Government cannot keep track of over a hundred thousand airplanes but assures us it will keep accurate records on us once Obamacare fully kicks in.

Right.

But at least they know where our genitals are.

Cave Canem!
Never surrender, never submit.
Big Dog

Gunline

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One Response to “But They Know Where Our Genitals Are”

  1. Blake says:

    What boggles my mind, in addition to this fiasco, is that aircraft registry has not gone up in price for thirty years- it is still $5 to register a 757- or a Cessna, it doesn’t matter, yet, I have to register my boat every other year, and it costs me $50- Gee, ya think there’s disparity here?