What’s next? Semen samples from male drivers?

Some drivers along a busy Fort Worth street on Friday were stopped at a police roadblock and directed into a parking lot, where they were asked by federal contractors for samples of their breath, saliva and even blood.

It was part of a government research study aimed at determining the number of drunken or drug-impaired drivers.
But Cope said it didn’t feel voluntary to her — despite signs saying it was.

“I gestured to the guy in front that I just wanted to go straight, but he wouldn’t let me and forced me into a parking spot,” she said.

  1. deowll says:

    Expect the overseers to continue to rough up the slaves. They enjoy it and their bosses don’t care what you think.

  2. Bang Bang says:

    There! Right there!!! Do you see what happens when you throw out things like the Second Amendment? Other Constitutional Amendments like the Fourth and even the Fifth get thrown out too.

    FYI: Here is a short list of (Y)OUR Bill of Rights also known as the first ten amendments to the Constitution of the United States:

    (1): Freedom of religion, speech, and the press; rights of assembly and petition of Congress

    (2): Right to bear arms

    (3): Housing of soldiers

    (4): Search and arrest warrants

    (5): Rights in criminal cases

    (6): Rights to a fair trial

    (7): Rights in civil cases

    (8): Bails, fines, and punishments

    (9): Rights retained by the people

    (10): Powers retained by the states and the people

    • Tim says:

      I wonder why the right to be able to travel freely and un-molested from place to place without being all Dallased’ up every few feet is not in that list of grievances of yours.

    • Bang Bang says:

      … If you disagree with the Second Amendment then consider this:

      There is no sane reason to fear guns since guns are only inanimate tools. If you don’t know how to use certain tools then there is a very good chance you will hurt yourself and/or someone else. Ask any crane operator.

      I think we can also agree that there is no current need for anyone to really own a gun too. But that’s NOT really the issue since owning a gun is no different than owning a hammer or an article of clothing or even a crane.

      The issue is IRRESPONSIBLE GUN OWNERS and a lack of legal enforcement for what these irresponsible owners DO with their guns. You can even say there is a problem with unstable people who have demonstrated their unbalance when they are allowed to obtain dangerous tools like guns or cars or even wrecking balls. But stomping on Constitutional rights is NOT the answer. Because when you tolerate one law being ignored you might as well ignore them all.

      Allowing cops without warrants to search and demand evidence with no probable cause is indeed quite alarming. But then I’m all for it if there is to be no Bill of Rights!

      • Tim says:

        I was using a Dremel to rob a bank when it put my eye out. Can I state this fact to my obomacare navigator? Or, fruit of my choice? In the privacy of my own home, or talking about the DMV, or elswhere, suchwith, and shit. In other words, “Who sue I?”

        • Bang Bang says:

          Tim, you are a perfect example of the rampant idiocy which gives stupid people like those cops their power. (I could elaborate but I’m sure you’re already lost on the word elaborate.)

          You seem to be asking if you can state something by actually stating it. That’s a bit like asking if you can go over Niagara Falls in a barrel after you did it.

          We’ll just not even mention the fact that I’m NOT your mother (nudge nudge). But go ahead and ask since I’m sure you’re looking for someone’s approval. Although I would suggest repeating the first grade before you do it in writing.

    • Dallas says:

      Misspelling. It’s suppose to be right to bare arms.

  3. sargasso_c says:

    Let me get this right, there is a “busy street” in Fort Worth?

  4. Tim says:

    “… And with every third Dallas’-Pack, you get a free box of seeds…”

    politically-pure breath, saliva, semen, and blood.

    It was part of a government research study aimed at determining the number of drunken or drug-impaired drivers.

    ^^ Whatever. It’s now part of a viral marketing campaign to bubble-up a Dallas’-Pack faster than a Beanie-babie battalion obscuring the driver’s view out of the Ron Paul Barbie-camper van while being chased by a tornado. Bitches.

    • Bang Bang says:

      Funny stuff!

      I hope you’re not serious. Some people might think you’re serious with such ludicrous claims as poor right wing Ron Paul supporters living in campers.

      • Tim says:

        Large groups of Ron Paul campers are tornado magnets — small municipalities, such as Birmingham, should thank us lining up arount the outskirts of their fair city so as to spare them from the worst of the suck zone. Your Loving Shadow Government — Operating on a Value for Value didactic. Zib Breznski, (x)Bush, H. Kissitster, and the Ad Council


        • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

          I didn’t see any Ran Paul supporters in those videos. Degree of Separation: Two.

  5. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

    I thought general traffic stops of “everyone” has repeatedly been held to be legal? Not to do a “study” but to actually arrest drunks.

    Hmmmm….I hope I never run into one of them and I have seen them on the opposite side of the road. I think I would “object.”==this is to participating in a voluntary study. If it was a general stop to check for impaired drivers, of course, I would go along because my bazooka, loose fissionable material, and weapons grade anthrax would be in my trunk and unavailable to protect my self centered rights.

  6. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

    To Stupid Bang Bang===in point of fact, all our rights are limited in some way. Impossible to think of a rational society being organized any other way. Knowing this as you do, do you think the Second Amendment should be an exception to this common sense reality? If so, then you are just maintaining your position so as not to have to admit you are wrong. If not, then by what rule do you use to limit the Second Amendment?


    • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

      Over an hour now, and no go.

      Same as it always is: all incompetent complaints…. no answers.

      Typical Puke.

  7. Somehow in this “story” with “private contractors’ it was supposed to be voluntary .

    Yet just try not to pay your income taxes and see what happens to you – that is unless you are “undocumented”

    Its getting stranger and stranger out there each and every day.

    What is next – its hard to imagine.

    • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

      Those two issues are unrelated. The study was “supposed to be” voluntary but like using Hells Angels as Security in Altamont, no one was able to control the Cops.

      Paying taxes BY DESIGN, INTENT, AND NECESSITY is not voluntary.

      …..no “yet” about it.

  8. Dallas says:

    I’d definitely opt for the semen sample. They are not gonna stick me with some fucking needle or nasty swab in my mouth.


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