Illegal search & seizure laws out the window

Discussion in 'Politics' started by peilthetraveler, Aug 27, 2010.

  1. Aren't you normally a big "war on drugs" cheerleader??? What, now that the can see your wife's boobies you are concerned with constitutional protection from search and siezure? They have been raping privacy rights for decades in the name of the war on drugs, and you never gave a shit about it until this... As long as the cause suits your views it's fine, when it doesn't then you are worried about rights???

  2. cstfx


    It's time to end the wasteful, fruitless war on drugs and examine was to legalize them, tho controlled, and then tax the shit out of it. This is just an example of wasted resources to monitor what one does in the privacy of their own home and has done nothing but create a vast underground supply chain to satisfy their needs. Like booze, you can always find some bootleg if you want, but why bother with the hassle (legal and otherwise) when you can buy beer at Dag's?

    Anyone want to go hang out in El Paso?
  3. I am for the constitution before the war on drugs. What I am worried about is 100,000 of these vehicle eventually ending up all over the country and zapping everyone with radioactive x-rays.