Stan Collender makes his case:

From virtually every federal budget perspective keeping taxes lower, reducing domestic spending, making government more efficient, keeping the deficit and borrowing as low as possible scanners are the kind of initiative that should be rewarded and encouraged rather than condemned. The United States is better protected at a lower cost because the TSA is getting better information faster without having to hire additional people. 

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