Again, you don't have to be groped. It's the people in opposition to the scan that CHOOSE to be groped.
That is absurd! What we have is a government agency that is so concerned with being politically correct that it refuses even considering using effective means of insuring terrorists do not board airliners.
I find the TSA's methods highly offensive and see them for what they are; an egregious violation of my rights under the Fourth Ammendment to the US Constitution.
I'm not sure what you're getting at here. What are these effective means that they aren't using because of "political correctness"? Only groping people wearing turbans?
Balancing individual rights with the safety of the public in public places has always been an issue. There are laws and precautions taken on the roads, in schools, in courthouses, etc that can seem at odds with individual privacy.
My biggest problem with the TSA is that I don't think they're doing a good job But please, stop flattering yourself -- no one wants to look at your genitals, especially not the poor guy making a crap salary behind the scanner.