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  1. Quote Originally Posted by HootmonSccy View Post
    The government has access to my home anytime they want it..
    The key is held in a box called "The 4th Amendment"
    The combination to the box is RIGHT to Probable Cause, LEFT to a Oath in front of a Judge, RIGHT listing exactly where they are going to search and for what, LEFT to a signature by the Judge..

    The last guy who states "The merit of an idea..." He really doesn't seem to understand the concept of a democracy/republic..
    I'm pretty sure, no matter how this vote goes.. There are going to be some city councilmen/women going to be voted out of office!!!
    Good post Hoot, this is exactly why it is much more important for all of us to be involved on a local level, we have more power that way. How did these Statis get elected anyway?
    "When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that justifies it."Frederic Bastia

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    If this passes, I'll wager the insurance rates go UP for the buildings where the lock boxes are installed.

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    So that's what our future state and federal leaders look like?
    I've never seen them in their natural political tap dance training workshop session before.

    I'm going to quote Mark Walters from Armed American Radio.

    "Smack them upside the head with a rolled up copy of the Constitution"

    I'll add... fire them all ASAP.

  5. I also hear that they are going to start requiring helmets for anyone walking. In the event that someone trips and bumps their head, they will be protected. I can not believe something like this could really go on in America. God help our country when something like this can happen in the midwest.

  6. We have all gotten very comfortable and just turned into a bunch of pansies. My hat of to those that were there to oppose. The problem is, only a small minority will fight, not enough to make any sort of difference.
    "When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that justifies it."Frederic Bastia

  7. This is an easy one....Leave....Me....Alone....
    I neither want nor need the governments protection. (at the local level....country's borders yes)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertW View Post
    This is an easy one....Leave....Me....Alone....
    I neither want nor need the governments protection. (at the local level....country's borders yes)
    You are absolutely right, however, the ruling body in the film seem to think otherwise. As a government entity, they epitomize the old saying that if the government is trying to help you, look out. Again, another example of the inmates running the asylum. I forsee a lot of lawsuits against that group!

  9. "The merit of an idea does not depend on the number of people who hold that idea."

    That of course works both ways. Just because the city council approves an idea does not mean it has merit. Anyway that is a specious argument. It really doesn't matter if its a good idea or not. What matters is what THE PEOPLE want, and if it is legal. That's why we have a Bill of Rights.

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    Not a chance they'd get a key. No way. And what about the alarm code? What about the K9 inside? They have a better chance of winning the lottery than getting a key to my premises. And what happens if they enter, the homeowner awakes from a nap and shoots the intruder? Forget it... I stand on my constitutional rights against search and seizure.
    GOD, GUNS and GUITARS

  11. Quote Originally Posted by BC1 View Post
    Not a chance they'd get a key. No way. And what about the alarm code? What about the K9 inside? They have a better chance of winning the lottery than getting a key to my premises. And what happens if they enter, the homeowner awakes from a nap and shoots the intruder? Forget it... I stand on my constitutional rights against search and seizure.
    Agree 100% all four items you speak to are what responsible people employ to take charge of their own protection....all of them come in to play before the police come

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