- Apr 23, 2017
- Reaction score
- New Mexico
C_Clayton_Jones would have you believe that this is wholly “constitutional”. You know, since the U.S. is (and I quote) “currently functioning under constitutional government”.
That is a very good example.
The authority for government to exist or do anything at all comes from the authority we delegate to them to protect our rights for us. And clearly a person in a glassed in car is not endangering anyone else at all.
In fact, it was the police who endangered by stopping her and causing a social interaction.
Do we have the right to just sightsee and drive around? Of course we do. Otherwise it would be like imprisonment, where boredom is deliberately used as a punishment. We do need to get out of the house and we do have the right to sightsee, as long as in a safely confined car.
So the police were not only wrong, but totally and completely criminal.