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Originally posted by CoachSlamYou
Wish i could have been there!! I live an hour away! BIG UPS TO IN!
Maybe the courts and judges could take advantage of some "government" funding and go abck to school for a little bit and learn about a thing called a "constitution" and how that works
Originally posted by _BoneZ_
This court ruling sent the message that police were above the law and were exempt from the law. Unreasonable searching is unconstitutional, and breaking and entering is illegal.
I knew, as many did, that this would be overturned very soon. The judges that sided with this ruling need to be removed from their benches, disbarred, and never be allowed to serve in any career that deals with law-making.
I hope that this sends a clear message to other Judges across this country who would abuse their power to make unconstitutional rulings.
Originally posted by morder1
I feel like moving to texas or indiana now... hmmm decisions decisions
You see, when a law as the "Patriot Act," by-passes reasonable avenues to secure freedoms, which by right are guaranteed, in the Bill of Rights, it distorts the "living intent" and subverts people's rights. To with-hold the "secretive workings" of the act which allows investigations of people into personal records and effects in their own homes and person, surely flies-in-the-face of "good faith." And violates the public trust in a "Right," which is guaranteed.
The "propaganda" which promotes the "Patriot Act," as something keeping us all safe, not only injures countless millions, guaranteed of a "Right," is not only shameful, and another side-effect is the "Patriot Act" actually removes a person or persons participation in-keeping the country safe by civic involvement.