Texans Back Down in Mexican Stand-off

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    They will have to spread their butt cheeks.
     
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    Don't worry cavity searches are somewhere down the road

    Come on a someone could hide something deadly in those holes
     
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    update
     
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    I may owe Texans an apology

    http://thehill.com/blogs/transportation-report/tsa/164459-texas-tsa-pat-down-ban-may-be-back

    Lt. Gov. sends note to Gov. Perry asking him to include bill in special session

    Representative Simpson sharply criticized the Department of Justice for threatening to respond to the bill, comparing it to the Texas Revolution.

    "175 years ago in the first battle of the Texas Revolution against Mexico, a small band of Texans stood in defiance at Gonzalez, turning back the attempt to deprive them of their weapon of defense, a single cannon," he wrote in a letter to Perry, Dewhurst, Texas House Speaker Joe Straus and Attorney General Gregg Abbott.

    "Gentlemen, we find ourselves at such a watershed moment today," Simpson continued. "The federal government is attempting to deprive the citizens of Texas of their constitutional rights under the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution and Article 1, Section 9 of the Texas Constitution. If we do not stand for our citizens in the face of this deprivation of their personal rights and dignity, who will?"


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