I mean, think about it. And think about some of the people you see standing in line at the airport's security queue (not YOU, of course - you're practically perfect in every way - but those other people in line with you). Just how much of them would you want to see? I can't help but think that prolonged and repeated exposure to the images they'd get, if they scanned someone like me, could lead to psychological blindness for the beholder.
Do we pay our TSA officers enough to run that risk?
Seriously, though, I have no problem with my personal liberties being violated ... and I bid adieu to the last shredded remnants of my dignity while I was in college. But along with the current discussion over full body scans comes news (see the link above) that the new generation of scanner software "projects a stylized image — rather than an actual picture — onto a computer screen."
So maybe we can dispense with the debate, and get on with the scanning?