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Originally posted by Agent_USA_Supporter
as for the bikers in the video the thread OP has posted, they remind me of rednecks bikers
Originally posted by kennylee
reply to post by Agent_USA_Supporter
Only one FACT I'm sure of from your above post. You my friend dont know a damn thing about bikers. There are hundreds of bikers that are veterans and there are hundreds of veterans that are in the Patriot Guard Riders, along with people from all walks of life. And I know this because I have been a biker and been around these people for the last 50 years. Your facts are not facts at all. Why dont you talk about something you know something about, which apparently has nothing to do with bikers..
:edit on 5/31/11 by kennylee because: (no reason given)
Your facts are not facts at all
Originally posted by budski
Originally posted by intrepid
Originally posted by Bixxi3
I think this is horrible. What about there right to free speech?
What about the biker's free speech? Their right to freedom of assembly? It's easy to "defend" the Constitution if you don't know what it stands for.
Note that the westboro "protest" was legal, zoned, and approved - they acted within the law.
Did the bikers?
As every state in the United States has its own laws (subject to the Supremacy Clause), each has its own definition of a riot. In New York State, for example, the term riot is not defined explicitly, but under § 240.08 of the N.Y. Penal Law due to the fact there was much fighting in the streets, "A person is guilty of inciting to riot when he urges ten or more persons to engage in tumultuous and violent conduct of a kind likely to create public alarm."
(05-31) 06:28 PDT Alameda, Calif. (AP) -- Authorities and witnesses say a 57-year-old man who drowned in San Francisco Bay on Memorial Day waded into the water fully clothed and remained there for almost an hour before a woman pulled his lifeless body back to shore. The Oakland Tribune reports that rescue efforts were delayed after the unidentified man ventured into the chilly bay from an Alameda beach Monday morning because local police and fire crews are not trained in land-to-water rescues. Petty Officer Erik Swanson tells the Tribune that a U.S. Coast Guard boat dispatched to the scene could not reach the man because the water was too shallow. By the time a helicopter spotted him, the woman swimmer already was pulling him toward the beach. Swanson says the man was pronounced dead at Alameda Hospital. Read more: www.sfgate.com.../n/a/2011/05/31/national/a062839D08.DTL#ixzz1O1DGbrwi