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#92 - xsap (04/21/2013) [-]
on every single one of these pictures that show the military in the streets post there is always that one dumb ass that says    
"huehuehue where is your freedoms now merica lolol XDD"    
and i would like to point out to these dumb asses that the military is not forcing anyone to stay in their houses and they don't kick down doors and start shooting people.. they are there FOR the public safety... they are monitoring any terrorist activity that might go down...
on every single one of these pictures that show the military in the streets post there is always that one dumb ass that says
"huehuehue where is your freedoms now merica lolol XDD"
and i would like to point out to these dumb asses that the military is not forcing anyone to stay in their houses and they don't kick down doors and start shooting people.. they are there FOR the public safety... they are monitoring any terrorist activity that might go down...
#566 to #92 - anonymous (04/22/2013) [-]
Yeah, but military is not allowed to patrol America unless in times of war. Thats the police departments job.
User avatar #547 to #92 - SilentRaver (04/22/2013) [-]
The issue isn't just one lockdown, it's the progression of current affairs that people are getting upset over. If there is a tighter restriction on firearms, a lot of people will feel less secure, especially if there's just one more violent incident like this. It's worrying because if they are willing to shell out the time and resources to not only lockdown the city but take it as far as performing sweeps of citizen homes for just one crazy brainwashed college kid who built 2 crude shitty explosives out of crock pots, then they are certainly willing to shell out the same effort to increase police presence and expand their power on the streets in case of terror threats.
Yeah that'll be good at first, they're not Nazis after all, just regular guys genuinely trying to keep their city safe.
The problem is the children growing up surrounded by their watchful eyes and authority, they don't understand it like we do, we know they're only there because of the recent violence. But the children will grow up used to it, it's more of a normal part of life than a safety measure to them, and a lot of kids will grow up wanting to be that authority. When they do, they're already less concerned about safety than their predecessors (since the predecessors made the streets safer), and it's more about just keeping watch on the citizens in general. The children growing up surrounded by them, then develop an even more diluted view of the purpose of police.
That's when we see the problems everyone is worried about.
User avatar #444 to #92 - undeadwill ONLINE (04/21/2013) [-]
Question is what happens when you refuse a search? That is what worries me.
#488 to #444 - nightstar (04/22/2013) [-]
Well, when a known "terrorist" is in the area, I don't think anyone gets to refuse a search. Saying no is kind of an indication you are being held captive in your own house.
User avatar #509 to #488 - undeadwill ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
What if you have your usual Asian midget party going on at the time of the search?
Or have been smoking pot or other such drugs.
Do they get a warrant or play the "Hey I hear someone breaking in" legal ploy to do a search without a warrant?
Do they take the legal approach time costly approach or the unconstitutional approach of legal loopholes or even worse the method of a brute who kicks down the door.
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