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    Move along citizen, nothing to see here.
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  3. OMG! this can not be happing in the US of A this sounds a lot like Hitler.
    Calling an illegal alien an 'undocumented immigrant'
    is like calling a drug dealer an 'unlicensed pharmacist '.

  4. #13
    In all seriousness what can be done to un-fu*% the situation in that city?

    I would think that at some point they would have to see that what they are doing is not working.
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  5. Do you think they can keep the UN people out. This is why we have camps all over the country for people that don't like Obama. Part of the plan.

  6. #15
    Listen, they're putting those checkpoints up because the city absolutely needs them. It's a dangerous place and it has been for many years. D.C. leads the nation in homicides year after year and people have had enough. Innocent citizens are getting hurt. It's not like they're blocking off Connecticut Ave. with tanks and instating a city wide curfew, they're trying to control a crime problem. This is a pretty reasonable response to a situation that has spiraled completely out of control. Cities often implement these types of policies after natural disasters, frankly, this is no different. Just like a natural disaster, what's happening in Washington is an emergency and it requires an immediate action.

    D.C. is so horrible that during peak crime hours on Friday and Saturday nights, there are as many as 5 robberies an hour across the city. You go hail a cab with those odds.
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  7. #16
    It's so scary. What's even worse is when I read all 58 comments from the people that live there and NOT ONE mentioned a word about giving the citizens the chance to defend themselves as an alternative.
    New York State Consolidated Laws, Civil Rights, Article 2-Bill of Rights, Section 4

    S 4. Right to keep and bear arms. A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms cannot be infringed.

  8. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Walthers View Post
    Listen, they're putting those checkpoints up because the city absolutely needs them. It's a dangerous place and it has been for many years. D.C. leads the nation in homicides year after year and people have had enough. Innocent citizens are getting hurt. It's not like they're blocking off Connecticut Ave. with tanks and instating a city wide curfew, they're trying to control a crime problem. This is a pretty reasonable response to a situation that has spiraled completely out of control. Cities often implement these types of policies after natural disasters, frankly, this is no different. Just like a natural disaster, what's happening in Washington is an emergency and it requires an immediate action.

    D.C. is so horrible that during peak crime hours on Friday and Saturday nights, there are as many as 5 robberies an hour across the city. You go hail a cab with those odds.
    This is a pretty reasonable response to a situation that has spiraled completely out of control

    I have a better response. Let the citizens have guns to protect
    themselves.


    Just like a natural disaster, what's happening in Washington is an emergency and it requires an immediate action.


    Nothing natural about this disaster. This one is man made by the left of center buracrats that have left the citizens defenseless and at the mercy of criminals.(I mean street criminals not the ones in charge of the city). Of course if you create a problem then you can bring in your pre planed solution to the problem.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaltherCC View Post
    Listen, they're putting those checkpoints up because the city absolutely needs them. It's a dangerous place and it has been for many years. D.C. leads the nation in homicides year after year and people have had enough. Innocent citizens are getting hurt. It's not like they're blocking off Connecticut Ave. with tanks and instating a city wide curfew, they're trying to control a crime problem. This is a pretty reasonable response to a situation that has spiraled completely out of control. Cities often implement these types of policies after natural disasters, frankly, this is no different. Just like a natural disaster, what's happening in Washington is an emergency and it requires an immediate action.

    D.C. is so horrible that during peak crime hours on Friday and Saturday nights, there are as many as 5 robberies an hour across the city. You go hail a cab with those odds.
    The problem is, this won't work in the long term. It may provide short-term relief, and it may work while the program is in place. But, it won't solve the overall problem of the neighborhoods, so it's really just sticking a finger in the dike.

    More importantly...the Constitution doesn't get put on hold whenever it's convenient! We have rights so that whenever the cops think they have a "pressing need" to do something, we have a reason to tell them to hold off.

    "Well gee, something needs to be done, so we can go ahead and not observe the rights of citizens...because it's really urgent or something."

    :weird:
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    I for one am glad to be seeing all this info on D.C....what that really tells us is to STAY OUT of D.C. I see no reason to visit there anymore as we all know, it aint safe!
    DrLewall
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  11. #20
    This is from the washington post.....

    "I guess the plan is to hope criminals will not walk into neighborhoods," said D.C. Council member Phil Mendelson (D-At Large). "I also suppose the plan is to take the criminal's word for it when he or she gives the police a reason for driving into a neighborhood."
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