The first, and best tongue-in-cheek solution by far is to send the TSA employees down to the border and have them working with Border Control to prevent illegal immigration.
The second is to apply the same standards to terrorist detention in Guantanamo (or on the battlefield) as we currently have for American citizens who fly. Start groping the junk of a couple of terrorists and watch the ACLU and others scream. And then ask yourself what kind of government would treat murderers the same as people who bought a ticket to fly an airplane.
The third solution is for those who claim we give up certain rights when we purchase a plane ticket. If we have to give up the Fourth Amendment right to search and seizure, as well as the "zone of privacy," then surely profiling by age, gender, and religion is acceptable. If the TSA and the Obama administration truly believe that we give up certain rights when we fly, then list them. And explain why some rights are still inviolate, and others tossed aside at the security gate.
Let's start putting warning labels on our boarding passes that you can be sexually assaulted and verbally abused upon purchase of a ticket. Let's click a box on the airline website that states you might have your junk touched as a condition of flying.
If they're serious about any of this, let's see them say it out loud. But of course, they aren't. They simply say it's necessary. This isn't about safety, and never has been. After 9/11, with the country united, George Bush decided to give the bureaucrats what they wanted. He decided, along with a compliant Congress, to tell the American people to become sheep. They never trusted us, even though it was the American public who won so many early battles, from United 93 to the DC Sniper to Richard Reid.
We are the front line of defense in the War on Terror. At no point have any of our elected leaders recognized this or passed laws or regulations supporting this.
And so today, the best that can be said of Barack Obama and his administration is that he is just as bad on civil liberties and domestic terror prevention than George Bush. The difference, is we have had 9 years of this, and it has been exposed as less than worthless. The difference is that Obama won't even call it a War on Terror. If we aren't in danger - then why the crazed security policies? And why isn't Congress taking up Ron Paul's bill? If we're going to give up rights, I want politicians to put their name and words on those laws. Which ones of those rat bastards think this is a good idea? Call your Congressperson and Senator and demand answers.