Every time a law is made or changed, it doesn't mean the government is out to get you. I suppose a board like this however, is the place to
There really is a problem with younger kids drinking now (and drag racing, and acting like they are in their mid-20s), much more so than when I was a
If they start raiding the homes of folks say, in their 30s, who might have their radio on a bit too loud, and demand IDs, and seach the premises, you
don't think those 5 people will do a thing? I would. Regardless of these alarmist posts saying we are losing all our rights, we actually still DO
have rights, on a level that is laughable compared to many countries. When you learn martial arts, you are taught to pretty much never use them
unless you have no choice, since even a thug entering your home can sue YOU if you injure them with a kick to the head. Funny, but true. We are the
land of ridiculous rights.
Trying to crackdown on partying kids doesn't make our government a sinistar communistic force. If they abuse it once it goes into effect, by all
means raise a fuss. Othewise, stop panicing over silly things.
Let me ask you.. how would YOU handle the issue with teens partying and drinking? Should they just continue as they are? How would you right that
law, if you were trying to make it easier to stop this sort of thing, what would you do?
If there is a problem, it's people not doing something AFTER their rights have been violated. If you were a group of 5 that got raided, asked for
IDs, and your home searched, and you did nothing, that's your own fault. The laws actually do protect your rights, if you choose to pursue
And corrupt / power-hungry cops are nothing new. If they violate your rights, call them on it.