posted on Dec, 16 2014 @ 08:13 AM
That many of you are in support of this is disturbing for several reasons. The tone of that support seems to have a capitalist/libertarian shade - so
allow me to make some very important points. I encourage you to argue.
All business and government is supported by the labor of the people. The people, in this case citizens, provide a working service (labor) in exchange
for the monetized representation of that labor (a paycheck). That is all, ladies and gents. When you get a job, any job, you don't sign your rights
away. In fact, the amount of 'labor' that an individual provides is often in excess of the amount of 'capital' they recieve in exchage.
By passing this bill, they are saying the followin, and I am shocked any right thinking, democratic, patriot would allow this: A job may hold you
without pay and without choice (forced at pain of losing their job), in order that you may be searched for contraband. That's awesome! So not only
iss your privacy violated by your employer, but they assume you are guilty (apparently capitalism and a legal system where one is innocent until
proven guilty are not very friendly), and they can do this completely at your expense.
My time is valuable. I've worked freelance and 1099 many times and I get paid for every damn minute, and most of my expenses are a tax right-off.
That's the way the government treats my expensive white butt. This is nothing more than oppression and anothr tax on the poor. What if they have
children in daycare? Elderly that needs care? Medical problems?
Or best yet, what if they are purely innocent?
You should be ashamed for yoruelf if you agree with this policy and consider yourself a patriot. It is unjust, unfair, unequal, and oppressive. The
only time it WOULD be fair is if the process would be a paid one. And get another job? Have you tried that recently? Shame on all of you. We are
supposed to stand up for the weak, innocent, and downtrodden. read the statue of liberty for God's sake.