The Wall Street Journal reported:
Even as White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said the administration is “desperately” trying to balance security and passenger concerns, Transportation Security Administration head John Pistole has filmed a public service announcement. It’s aimed at the TSA’s “partners in security”—the hapless fliers holding their coats, belts, keys, shoes, laptops and liquids at airport checkpoints.
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Mr. Pistole uses the message, which will be made available to airports around the country over the holiday travel season, to address public concern over new security measures, especially the pat-downs.
For some reason he forgot to mention that $11,000 fine thingy.