Well, I'm not going into space anytime soon
...at least not on an US space flight:
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -- Paying customers on commercially run flights to space would have to meet security requirements, but would not have to pass specific medical tests, according to draft U.S. regulations.
Passengers also would have to clear a security check -- similar to airline passengers' -- to guard against any chance a space tourist would try to destroy the rocket or interfere with the flight crew and use it as a weapon. The FAA recommends that operators could consult the Homeland Security Department's global "no fly" list. [my emphasis]
And we all know how accurate Heimat-Sicherheit's "no-fly" list is, of course. Why, they NEVER get it wrong.
Looks like I'll have to stick to Orbiter for my rocket rides for the foreseeable future.