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Texas undercover agents infiltrate pubs...


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http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060323/od_nm/...HNlYwN5bmNhdA--

All I can say about this. .."ooookay".
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The goal, she said, was to detain drunks before they leave a bar and go do something dangerous like drive a car.

Oh, please... What's next?

"We saw the way you were looking at that woman; you're under arrest for rape."

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brings to mind a couple of things...for one, the novel 1984...for another, a crappy old episode of star trek, in which one of the crew was on trial for thinking violent thoughts on a planet of empaths...

my 943 cents: the government has long since stepped outside it's bounds, and we are purchasing our own servitude under the guise of security at the cost of our freedom...

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The goal, she said, was to detain drunks before they leave a bar and go do something dangerous like drive a car.

Oh, please... What's next?

"We saw the way you were looking at that woman; you're under arrest for rape."

<_<

What about pulling it into the extreme?

"You are a man, therefore you have the potential to rape, so hereby you are arrested for rape"

Funny thing is that it actually works.

"You're a terrorist, you're arreseted for being a possible treat to people, you are arrested"

See any resemblence?

and we all know that you shouldn't drive when you're drunk, but being drunk in a pub, and then being arrested for being drunk in public (because the pub is a public area) is a bit redicilous. Its like arresting people in a swimming pool for eing inapproprately dressed for "public areas" (or being wet)
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I seem to be missing something here. All the posts so far are bitching about the police enforcing the existing law? I go to bars and pubs all the time and I don't get drunk. You know it's against the law to be drunk in public so now you have to watch yourself a bit more when you're in Texas. BFD!

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The problem is their justification. If this law had been inforced in this manner, with the justification that it was the law, then there isn't any big deal.

But what we have here is the law being enforced in a different manner for a completely different reason.

Law and action have to be in accordance to one another or it becomes possible to justify any action for the sake of any law.
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* I did not read the article...

This was on the news the night before last and one of the people they arrested in one of the stings was in a hotel bar. The lady was rather drunk...but what was she gunna do, try using her key card on someone elses door?

She was in her late fourties early fifties, was like 5'2" and could not of weighed more then 100 pounds...So I'm pretty sure she was not gunna be raping anyone - or driving for that matter.
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