RugbyD wrote: Madison wrote:
Normally houses are air conditioned, so the sweating doesn't come into play
You would think I wrote the cops were 100% right in what they did based on you guy's responses to what I wrote.
He wasn't in the house, he was outside.
Ah, I stand corrected. I missed that part.
RugbyD wrote:i read your first post, but your second sounded like you changed your mind, and was a poor devil's advocate if that wasn't your intent. Makes things confusing for those of us that take civil liberties and police abuse more seriously, especially in a seemingly ridiculous circumstance.
, I do take police brutality seriously, and if it's proven they went overboard (which it appears they did), then I hope they get the maximum punishment for it.
As to taking civil liberties seriously, I know you are a lot deeper into that kind of thing than I am, so I know I'm out of my depth on that one. For me, it depends on what exactly we are dealing with, as to how serious I get.
Anyway, I was simply pointing out that there was another way to look at this story, that way people didn't just arbitrarily trash people for doing something that the poster might not understand, consider, or even think about. We have a lot of guys who just jump to conclusions without thinking, so I was just showing another side of the coin is all.
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Yes doctor, I am sick.
Sick of those who are spineless.
Sick of those who feel self-entitled.
Sick of those who are hypocrites.
Yes doctor, an army is forming.
Yes doctor, there will be a war.
Yes doctor, there will be blood.....