For his many years of public service,
For example, in his litany of purported differences between
The key sponsor to the TSA's birth was a Republican congressman, Donald Young. And without any veto or political haggling, its birth was quickly authorized by a Republican president,George W. Bush.
The TSA has become an increasing annoyance in our daily lives, in part due to its expense and its encroachment on our privacy. But while one may agree with Mr. Ehrlich's concerns about the agency's intrusive nature, that does not allow him to re-imagine TSA's history.
As a former governor and political commentator, Mr. Ehrlich must have known that the TSA owes its origins to two well respected Republican conservatives. As campaign chairman for a presidential candidate, however, Mr. Ehrlich's disgust with President Obama is so intense that he no longer can be bothered with the facts.