Legislate From The Bench

Here’s your rights. Here’s your rights on dope. That’s what it feels like when I hear that the police can come into your house for no apparent reason. The Indiana Supreme Court ruled that a homeowner has no right to resist unlawful police entry into their home. I am not making this up, look here. And that’s from the largest and most trusted media company in northwest Indiana. I just saw that at the top of the page and was compelled to include it here.

Back to the subject, what is meant by “modern Fourth Amendment jurisprudence” ? Sounds like legal BS to me. Sounds like we might be legislating from the ol’ bench. This is the kind of thing these dang lib judges have no problem with. Instead of doing their job and upholding the law as it exists they want to twist the meaning of the law to fit their gay agenda. This “modern Fourth Amendment jurisprudence” is exactly what I’m talking about here.

Does anyone happen to remember the Fourth Amendment from my series? In case it has slipped your mind here it is; “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

Are there any “gray areas” that you can see? Any room for “modern Fourth Amendment jurisprudence” standing out here? It sounds to me like you can just step out of your vehicle and lock the door when you get pulled over and they have no recourse. This is the Constitution here, not some doped up judges writings. You know? I was feeling pretty good until I heard this crap, and I have been kind of sick ever since. This is a bad place we are going to. Mark that down because here is the next piece of crap.

The Kentucky Supreme Court rules that a police officer who knocks on a door loudly in search of illegal drugs, and then hears sounds indicating evidence is being destroyed may break down the door and enter without a warrant. Aren’t Kentucky and Indiana right across the river from each other? Maybe they’re drinking the same tainted water or something. All I know is there is a lot of crap coming from this particular area right now.

The things we do to be safe from those evil drugs. Oops. We have many corporations hawking them as we speak on radio, television, and in our newspapers. What the heck (WTH)? Anyway, one thing I know is when you’re in Kentucky, if you’re taking a dump and the police come knocking, DON’T FLUSH! Could be some kind of modern Fourth Amendment jurisprudence jubejube going on there. Until next time, screw environmentalists.

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