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Okay they have killed Osama, can I take my shampoo on as hand luggage now?

Now that he is dead will anyone with a Muslim name or Middle Eastern Skin color be allowed to pass through air port control without raising an eye.

Will women in wheel chairs be freed from the embarassament of having someone look up their skirts?
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Totts : No to all of them if anything now they'll be checking even more at airports, i doubt people wearing muslims clothing or people from the middle east will ever be able to walk into an airport anymore without anyone suspecting they have been associated with people they don't deserve to be associated with, Shame really but we live in a world where most people judge by appearance.
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Totts : In a word, "No."

Most major military leaders can be killed or captured and the war continues. Hitler commited suicide and his armies could still have been led by other knowledgeable leaders, and they were. From a pure strategic standpoint, he was doing so little with the day-to-day operations of Al Qaeda that removing him did nothing but perhaps stir up more anger, if that is possible.

You still have to wait, and even if all the groups are gone, it is such a part of our collective existance to not carry things on airplanes, I think there may be backlash if the government said, "Never mind, carry whatever you like."

What would happen if you could take anything on an airplane? Would people ever fly again? I think most of the sheep in the U.S. like the illusion of safety, even if it means coughing up their bottle of water. Americans love to moan and complain about things too, so whining about losing their water is a part of what we do. It's in our blood to b**** about stuff.

I still think we would prefer it as things are than more lax security, as a nation.
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The government would probably sooner post scanners and people at houses of worship, restaurants, malls, shopping centers, convenience stores and so on before it reduces such invasions.
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