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  1. #21
    NO NO NO. Not now. Not tomorrow.
    The citizens must resist and make of very clear this will not be allowed. I remember a phrase "consent of the governed". It seems to have been forgotten.

  3. #22
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Sandpoint, Idaho
    This situation is really contextual. There are several large, private residences in my area that need to have a lock on the gate that is accessible by the fire or sheriff's departments. There is no other way to access the property in case of fire or emergency, short of a wrecking ball. In these cases, the owners can refuse to comply, but they also need to suck it up and deal with it if their place burns down. No turning around and suing the city for failure to provide services.

    However, this isn't something that should be legislated, and in case of emergency, by all means break a window or smash a door. Like one man said, that's what I've got insurance for.

  4. #23
    If the police have no duty to protect you why does the local elected servant believe he has a duty to?

    Police have no responsibility to protect individuals (reference)
    The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday

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