Originally Posted by RussP
Wow, not even close to what I posted.
When you can say that YOU can be inconvenienced, or suspected of doing something, because of someone else, yes, it is close. Once the individual is marginalized, then the rights of an individual no longer matter. If it is not close, how can you morally justify that checking me for something that you have no reason to suspect me of doing is not marginalizing the individual?