Skyye Watson’s Nissan Rogue vibrated when she stepped on the gas pedal, an annoying but fixable problem. In the process, her faith in Midas has been shaken — and despite our advocacy team’s best efforts, we can’t repair the damage. “I don’t “trust the Midas touch” anymore!”
“As a proud American, I served my country with loyalty and dedication in the aftermath of 9/11 by joining the TSA and the fight on terror,” the letter begins. “After publishing a book about the TSA and Airport Security, with full knowledge of the FSD and his assistants, I’ve now been targeted for removal along with the evidence, while the cover-up for the truth is in effect.”
The missive, sent from Transportation Security Officer William Touzani directly to the president, landed in my “in” box yesterday afternoon. I’m not the first person he approached with this story. He published the entire letter on CNN’s iReport a few weeks ago.
“TSA watch: Confessions of a rogue Transportation Security Officer”
I‘m a poster boy for Dramamine, the motion sickness medication parceled out to seasick cruise passengers. But all the pills in the world won’t cure the made-for-TV drama that’s been unfolding at sea recently.
Exhibit #1: The Clelia II, a small ship with 88 Americans on board, which was hit by a massive storm between South America and Antarctica last week and had to return to Argentina. The video (above) says it all. It was a bumpy ride. One passenger said he thought he was about to meet his maker. “I thought this was it,” he told the Philadelphia Daily News. “I never came so close to cashing it in.”
“Aren’t you glad you’re not on a cruise?”