Jason Buttrill points out that terrorists have shifted their tactics in response to changing security measures in the U.S. and other developed nations, switching their focus from airplanes to other bottlenecks such as airports, theaters and train stations. Meanwhile, major governments are slow to respond to the latest terrorist tactics.
"They've evolved, and we haven't," Jason summarizes. "We're going to have to change. We're going to have to."
Glenn Beck and the gang then share some anecdotes about trying to travel by air with firearms in tow, and the safety requirements (and reactions to small mistakes) vary widely depending on which airport they happened to be in.
In Jason's view, the ineptitude of our security screeners and the shift in terrorist tactics make the hassle and expense of airport security screenings unjustifiable: "I mean, how long are we going to put up with, like, TSA, like, basically harassment if they're not even doing the job. If they're not even keeping you safe, how long are you going to put up with that type of harassment?"