July 8, 2010

A quiz for you

Read this story from yesterday's Indianapolis Star.

Do you see anything out of line? Does any aspect of the story bother you? Do find it outrageous and unfair?

Let me help you:
The officer asked for the identification of all people in the vehicle, after which the passengers "became uncooperative, belligerent and verbally abusive to the officers," Towle said.

Asking for ID off all the people involved in a lawful stop by law enforcement is not unusual, it is common practice. Was this action by the Greenfield police racist? The player in question is white.

The controversial Arizona immigration law says that law enforcement will ask for Identification of everyone at a routine stop. If anyone is found to be illegal the individual will be charged.

You liberals can control your vapors. Arizona law codifies what already happens. get over it. If you have issues, how about you ask your President to seal the border and this will not have to happen.

Ypou liberals, those that have your panties in a wad about the Arizona immigration law, do a littl eresearch. Google Muehler v. Mena. Learn something today.

5 comments:

Samm Hein said...

Research would involve thinking, and thinking is contrary to the "vwonderful und glooorious" common good, as Partisan dogma codifies it...Ain't gonna happen.

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mts1 said...

Thought and reason is ineffective against liberals. It's all about feeling and emotion.

B said...

Actually, the law says that you must "identify yourself". Nothing about producing I.D. Stating your name meets the requirement of the law here in Indiana (and yes, I have tested this...wasn't pretty).


This will be tossed in court. Fail on the part of the police.

Ed Bonderenka said...

It's infuriating to hear liberal guests on talk shows evade simple questions about the Arizona law. Every answer is a diatribe or wish list, but never answers the simple question: What is wrong with the AZ law?

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