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Encouraging

That’s a term we hear used a lot from police with respect to policy. It’s a nice way of saying pressuring under color of authority. And DC is once again about to go over the line with its gun laws:

D.C. Mayor Adrian M. Fenty (D) and Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier announced several new initiatives today aimed at combating gun crimes, including one encouraging residents to submit to voluntary searches of their homes in exchange for amnesty if the residents have illegal guns or drugs.

The “safe homes initiative” is aimed at residents, such as parents or guardians who know or suspect their children have guns in their home, who want to cooperate with police, Lanier said.

The correct answer is always no.

4 Responses to “Encouraging”

  1. Dr. Joe Says:

    Uncle,

    If they hate the 2nd nothing like booting out the 4th as well when it comes to our rights.

    Just sayin.

  2. Weer'd Beard Says:

    The same thing is happening in Boston…but only in the predominantly black neighborhoods (nothing to see here, move along).

    I’m guessing those who don’t submit might find life getting a wee bit tough for them. But if you have nothing to hide, why do you need individual right, huh?

    Yep this is gross police-state fair.

  3. flashman Says:

    This whole thing is nuts! Some poor black grandma in SE DC lets the cops in to see if her long lost crackwhore daughter’s son has a gun & drugs? So if they find any, they just confiscate them? They don’t drag the junior gangsta off to jail? Guess they’d at least know who to surveil, but honestly, if you aren’t going to punish the offenders, why not just have a buy back? You still get to wave a bunch of inanimate objects around for the media and make the sheeple feel safer.

  4. Blounttruth Says:

    Wonder what the presidential candidate (for whos name we do not speak) would do? Oh yeah, resolve all of these issues in one instance by refering to the old ignored law of the land, formerly known as the constitution.