Well, the other shoe has finally fallen:
Airport screeners get union rights for first timeI feel safer. You?
By Sam Hananel, Associated Press
The union representing nearly 45,000 airport screeners has reached a first-ever collective bargaining agreement with the Transportation Security Administration.
The agreement, reached Thursday, comes more than a year after TSA head John S. Pistole agreed to grant screeners limited union rights for the first time since the agency was formed in 2001.
Screeners who X-ray bags and guide passengers through security had been among the few federal employees without union rights. [link]
George W. Bush added to the roles of unionized federal employees in order to fight al Qaeda.
For the love of God.