Racial Profiling At Airports, A Viable Option? Rafael | April 26, 2010 | General Topics, Just Wow | 1 Comment Related Posts Body Scan Images From Security Checkpoints Were Saved By Feds No Comments | Aug 7, 2010 The one about driving in the hill country No Comments | Apr 3, 2016 Dad Jokes No Comments | Nov 24, 2014 Communist Cuba Opts For Capitalism To Boost Economy No Comments | Sep 14, 2010 About The Author Rafael Rafael is an aviation geek, a consumer advocate, a dad, a multiple personality blogger, a photographer, politically opinionated, a videographer and many other things as well. One Comment SeanTwitter: seanin60 April 29, 2010 This is a tough issue for me. I completely understand your position. I’ve heard stories of innocent people being racially profiled, and how traumatic that experience was. The bigger issue for me is those in authority being corrupt. If someone innocent proves they’re here legally, then end of story. If those in power, take it a step further… that’s when there are BIG problems. But, let’s put the shoe on the other foot. What if racial profiling saved your life? I’m not saying it ever will, it probably won’t. But what if it did? Then, would your position change?