posted on Aug, 9 2011 @ 05:58 PM
reply to post by mnemeth1
[sarcasm] Yeah but at the very least the plebs are now disarmed and medicated so they can safely enjoy Dancing With the Puppets or Jersey Snore with
their genetically modified grain beer made with fluoridated water, without fear of rabid falling shingles and student loan dodgers running amok.
I think it would just be best if we gave every police officer the right to hold public executions, we can set that up on Pay-Per-View and make another
quick buck for our benevolent always loving caretakers. Judging by the attitudes of police and police supporters on ATS the police are angels because
they follow the rules so stringently, that they will willingly KILL YOU DEAD for resisting their SUPPOSED authority to give something like a speeding
ticket. Bless the police! The rules say they can do it! It doesn't matter that the rules themselves are wrong... Nope the great and holy state is
always right, after all its for our protection! [/sarcasm]
Makes you sick doesn't it? At this point the only thing people in the US can do is study some law so they can realize that all the dumb rules cities
and government enact only affect the city or government.
The code the city is trying to enforce for roof shingles only applies to sworn officers of the city when working in their capacity as officer for the
city. Meaning if the city needed new shingles on the city hall they are held to their code. Nowhere does the building code apply to the private
property or individual. At some point the private person granted some sort of jurisdiction to the city to apply the code to his private self/property.
Usually this jurisdiction is granted when a private person agrees to the contract of property taxes by acquiescence. Learning how to remove ones self
from the implied contract makes a world of difference.