Source: Above the Law
quote: How is stopping and searching every vehicle traveling through town using a K9 unit- with or without cause- a 'reasonable' search?
quote: Yeah, screw laws. If you don't want to be busted for drug possession, then don't possess drugs
quote: I hardly think the "Bible belt" has anything to do with your argument either.
quote: I do think we should be a free for all society actually.. thats what freedom is all about. As long as it does not hurt other people in the process.
quote: The govt should have no place regulating what I do with my body, in my house, or anything else that does not hurt other people even if it hurts myself. they should not be able to tell me I have to wear a seat belt, can't smoke pot, who I can or cannot have sex with etc..
quote: we would still have slavery, seperate water fountains for races, no right for women to vote, etc..
quote: I do think we should be a free for all society actually.. thats what freedom is all about.
quote: At the same time, drugs should not be an excuse. you commit a crime on drugs, then you get charged with that crime. period.
quote: Ok, I agree. As long as you do something that only affects you then there is no problem. Oh, but wait... every little thing you do will affect society in some way.
quote: The same thing goes for marijuana. If you want to smoke it, then by all means please do. But make sure you cancel your health insurance so that others don't have to pay for your lung cancer.
quote: Pot is not alcohol, it doesn't impair driving like alcohol.
quote: Um... perhaps because they were patrolling for an event based on breaking current laws?
quote: What is known is that the town's police, expecting the rush of festival participants driving in from California were screening all cars with drug sniffing dogs.
quote: How it is even remotely reasonable for them to be patrolling (fishing really) for people going to see music 488 miles away. That's an absolutely asinine assertion you're making.
quote: States where a majority of residents agreed with the statement "I have old-fashioned values about family and marriage," bought 3.6 more subscriptions per thousand people than states where a majority disagreed. A similar difference emerged for the statement "AIDS might be God's punishment for immoral sexual behaviour."
quote: The biggest consumer, Utah, averaged 5.47 adult content subscriptions per 1000 home broadband users; Montana bought the least with 1.92 per 1000. "The differences here are not so stark," Edelman says.
quote: "Conservatives more likely to pay for pornography" is more apt conclusion to the study.