Considering the usual naysaying ivory tower opinion of your editorials that are delivered with an unrealistic, superior attitude, it is seldom one gets to read a view from The Sun that seems grounded in common sense. But that is exactly what your readers were treated to in your "'Don't touch my junk'" piece on Monday, Nov. 22. Getting hysterical over airport security procedures that are intended to save lives is not an end to the American way as we know it, and to claim so is beyond the pale. To quote the Bard, to give the devil his due, you are right on principle here.
J. Shawn Alcarese, Joppa