The three gentlemen at the Power Line blog all weighed in today on the TSA controversy.
First, John Hinderacker suggests that it is one of Two Overblown Scandals, noting that he is unlikely to find much support on the right.
Next, Scott Johnson, in Revolt against the TSA, suggests that, "In its absurd intrusiveness and glaring incompetence, the TSA has become a perfect metaphor for the Obama administration. Thus the revolt."
Finally, Paul Mirengoff asks the musical question Is mindlessness over airline security confined to the TSA?, and suggests that the debate should spend more time actually addressing the effectiveness of the measures used.