No body is happy with the TSA, but eliminating the agency is a Republican pipe dream for the foreseeable future.
Rep. Paul Broun (R-Ga.) brought up the idea during amendment debate, and said that by eliminating the bloated and ineffective TSA, taxpayers would immediately save about $5 billion.
Broun said TSA has seen a 400 percent increase in staff since it was established, many of which are based in TSA’s headquarters earning six-figure salaries.
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