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Old October 5th, 2016, 06:34 PM   #11
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She probably intended to stir shit up so she could have attention and complain about something.

What pisses me off is that we don't really get to see the police officer's side of the story.

I hate how this story basically demands us to assume the cop was trying to be an asshole or some power crazed nazi. I doubt the cop would take time out of their day to simply a cost some random lady if they didn't believe what was being done was wrong.

Also, disturbing the peace is a very ambitious law, so I don't see anything wrong with the officer telling the woman to be cautious. Now, I think that if what the woman claims he said is true, he was a little rude. Still, that doesn't mean we should blow this outta proportion.
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She probably intended to stir shit up so she could have attention and complain about something.

What pisses me off is that we don't really get to see the police officer's side of the story.

I hate how this story basically demands us to assume the cop was trying to be an asshole or some power crazed nazi. I doubt the cop would take time out of their day to simply a cost some random lady if they didn't believe what was being done was wrong.

Also, disturbing the peace is a very ambitious law, so I don't see anything wrong with the officer telling the woman to be cautious. Now, I think that if what the woman claims he said is true, he was a little rude. Still, that doesn't mean we should blow this outta proportion.


This is what Sabcat does best. He loves agitating. He loves anarchy. Hate government--any kind of government EXCEPT self-governing. Sab considers the state to be undesirable, unnecessary, and harmful. He's a rebel. Hates authority.
POLICE? BAD. Breastfeeding mom? GOOD. School resource officer? BAD.
Student stealing milk? Good.
Get the picture??
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Old October 5th, 2016, 07:01 PM   #13
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This is what Sabcat does best. He loves agitating. He loves anarchy. Hate government--any kind of government EXCEPT self-governing. Sab considers the state to be undesirable, unnecessary, and harmful. He's a rebel. Hates authority.
POLICE? BAD. Breastfeeding mom? GOOD. School resource officer? BAD.
Student stealing milk? Good.
Get the picture??
if the state wouldn't constantly violate the rights of citizens people wouldn't write stories about it. if they didn't write stories about it i wouldn't bring it to your attention. if you were not so indoctrinated you would see how necessary it is to call attention to these things.
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Old October 5th, 2016, 10:12 PM   #14
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if the state wouldn't constantly violate the rights of citizens people wouldn't write stories about it. if they didn't write stories about it i wouldn't bring it to your attention. if you were not so indoctrinated you would see how necessary it is to call attention to these things.
Give me some examples where the US government in recent memory with 100% certainty committed an act that was unconstitutional on its own citizens.
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Give me some examples where the US government in recent memory with 100% certainty committed an act that was unconstitutional on its own citizens.
How did the constitution get introduced into the conversation?

I never referred to the constitution.
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I was in central Mexico riding a public bus when I was 15. A Mexican indian woman dressed in traditional clothing was openly breast feeding her baby on the bus. I had never seen that before and averted my eyes not saying anything.
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An old friend of mine actually has pulpuslacerataphobia (fear of paper cuts), which is apparently a real thing.
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Old October 5th, 2016, 11:15 PM   #18
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How did the constitution get introduced into the conversation?

I never referred to the constitution.
The Constitution contains the Bill of Rights, which are the established inalienable rights that every American citizen has. Therefore, if the US government were to go against the Bill of Rights, they'd be going against the rights of Americans.

It's pretty sad that you, as an American, don't know about the Bill of Rights.
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The Constitution contains the Bill of Rights, which are the established inalienable rights that every American citizen has. Therefore, if the US government were to go against the Bill of Rights, they'd be going against the rights of Americans.

It's pretty sad that you, as an American, don't know about the Bill of Rights.
The bill of rights does not establish the rights of the citizens but sets limitations on the state.
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The bill of rights does not establish the rights of the citizens but sets limitations on the state.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_of_rights

"A bill of rights...is a list of the most important rights to the citizens of a country."

"The purpose is to protect those rights against infringement from public officials and private citizens."

And so, it's both. DUH
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