Josh Marshall says he doesn't understand folks who are fine with surrendering the privacy of their phone calls, abandoning habeas corpus, and launching preemptive wars in the name of their own security but draw the line at airport body scanners that might catch a glimpse of their genitalia.
To me, it makes perfect sense. Most folks willing to make those trades for their security don't think they're making a tradeoff at all. After all, they don't speak with terrorists over the phone. They don't expect to find themselves accused of a crime. And they, for the most part, don't serve in the military. But they do fly on airplanes.
Liberty for me, not for thee.