Kennedy can’t

Seems that airport security checks are getting so heinous, a Senator–and a famous one at that–sometimes can’t board a plane in his home state to get back to Washington.
On five separate occasions, Senator Edward “I’m Not Drunk, Just Tired” Kennedy was subjected to additional screenings and delays and, on one occasion, told by a US Airways ticket agent that he couldn’t board a flight because his name appeared on a no-fly list. When he asked why, he was told, “We can’t tell you.”
Homeland Security Secretary Tom “Don’t be scared, just be very, very insecure” Ridge has apologized to the Senator and assured him his name has never been on a no-fly list. How the good people of Massachusetts feel about the man is not under Homeland Security control.

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