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The day before thanksgiving - some say - is the busiest travel day of the year.

What can Holiday travelers expect?

Legal Policy Analyst at the CATO Institute, David Rittgers - spent his morning criss crossing the country speaking to many Fox Stations... making a brief stop with Trey Reidel at 92.5 Fox News in Fort Myers, FL - and had this to say:

David Rittgers: "Well, travelers are going to face either the body scanner that we've heard so much about in the news - or if they opt out - then they'll get a very personal pat down - which as we've seen lately - involves running the screeners hand up their inner thigh- until they meet resistance - which the rest of us, would call - our crotch."

Trey Reidel (WSFX): "(laughter) Alright. Well put."

Before you start packing... YOU BETTER Hold that gravy!

Todd Starnes: "The TSA has released a list of things that are not allowed on airplanes for thanksgiving. One of them is giblet gravy. And the other is crandberry sauce."

Jeff Lemucci (KERN): "How do you take giblet gravy onto an airplane?"

Fox's Todd Starnes - speaking with Jeff and Theresa at KERN Radio in Bakersfield, CA.

The list also includes NO creamy dips and maple syrup! So if you were planning on slathering up some pancakes on that airplane trip to granny's house - you better think twice!!!

TSA Administrator John Pistole - releasing a statement - suggesting that the TSA may consider easing the screening process for the holidays...

David Mark - Senior Editor at Politico.com had this to say:

 "I'm not sure they've really changed the policy that much. I think maybe it's more of a public relations approach to it... so - I'd be surprised if there are any substantive changes to what they're doing."

That was Mark - speaking with Tony Cruise at WHAS.

With the TSA under almost constant fire these past two weeks - will they indeed ease up on invasive security screening at airports - at least for the Holidays? Many of us - me included - will know a lot more in the next couple of days.

I'm Jessica Curtis - and that's your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.