Monday, February 16, 2009

A Recovered Drunken Driver Tells It Like It Is

Arrested five times, he says he got away with it 10,000 times.

Which is why we need tougher enforcement.


Anonymous said...

So, what about the vast majority of the people on the road - the ones you seek to protect - who are driving legally and without any diminished capacity?

They drive without "individualized suspicion," as Justice Brennan wrote in Michigan Department of State Police v. Sitz (1988).

Why must the search and seizure at the roadblock apply to them?

You avoid the Fourth Amendment with the same committment as a former Bush DOJ man and take the side of former CJ William Rehnquist, without any apparent irony.

You have become a statist-police man; are you now intellecutally dishonest as well?

James Rowen said...

Now that you have gotten that silly name-calling anger off your chest, can you explain why you are ranting here about road blocks?