Sobriety checkpoints slated

Sobriety checkpoints slated

There are 52 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Jun 29, 2010, titled Sobriety checkpoints slated. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Sobriety checkpoints will be conducted in York County, along with roving DUI patrols in York and Adams counties this upcoming Independence Day holiday weekend.

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Nazi Checkpoints

York, PA

#42 Jul 1, 2010
George wrote:
<quoted text>Do you even bother to read any of tehse posts? No one is having their rigfhts tarmpled if the checkpoinsta re conducted as per the guidelines set forth for them! The Supreme Court has already ruled on that. Keep drinking drunk and bitching!
You are an idiot. The Supreme Court also upheld segregation at one point. The Supreme Court often times makes decisions directly in conflict with the Constitution.

Checkpoints are an infringement on our rights. That is a fact. The courts ALLOWS this infringement, that is also a fact. But nevertheless, it is an infringement, and Nazi-like.

I DO NOT drive drunk. I DO have a problem with police officers stopping me WITHOUT PROBABLE cause. It is no business of theirs what I am doing or where I am going. If I give them reason to pull me over, so be it. But checkpoints? Maybe in Nazi Germany it was ok, but in the USA it should not be tolerated. But our citizens seem to freely surrender their rights nowadays on a daily basis. And they are all too sheep-like to realize that all the reasons few to them are complete and utter bs.
George

United States

#43 Jul 1, 2010
Nazi Checkpoints wrote:
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You are an idiot. The Supreme Court also upheld segregation at one point. The Supreme Court often times makes decisions directly in conflict with the Constitution.
Checkpoints are an infringement on our rights. That is a fact. The courts ALLOWS this infringement, that is also a fact. But nevertheless, it is an infringement, and Nazi-like.
I DO NOT drive drunk. I DO have a problem with police officers stopping me WITHOUT PROBABLE cause. It is no business of theirs what I am doing or where I am going. If I give them reason to pull me over, so be it. But checkpoints? Maybe in Nazi Germany it was ok, but in the USA it should not be tolerated. But our citizens seem to freely surrender their rights nowadays on a daily basis. And they are all too sheep-like to realize that all the reasons few to them are complete and utter bs.
Do you even know anything about Nazi Germany? I am so so sorry if a police officer asks you a question or two. So, are roadblocks/checkpoints looking for kidnap victims, etc unconstitutional also? How about roving DUI patrols that pull someone over for swerving some, and the driver is stone cold sober???
true dat

York, PA

#44 Jul 1, 2010
George wrote:
<quoted text>Do you even know anything about Nazi Germany? I am so so sorry if a police officer asks you a question or two. So, are roadblocks/checkpoints looking for kidnap victims, etc unconstitutional also? How about roving DUI patrols that pull someone over for swerving some, and the driver is stone cold sober???
I never heard of a kinap victim checkpoint.How is it if I am sober,I can be pulled over at a checkpoint and have to tell the officer where I came from and where I am going?If you agree that this is OK,you are an idiot.checkpoints being legalized is a bad thing.What happens when down the road in a couple of years they make it constitutional for officers to walk up the street and knock on doors and search houses for no reason?Checkpoints are a bad thing and an invasion of privacy.
George

United States

#45 Jul 1, 2010
true dat wrote:
<quoted text>I never heard of a kinap victim checkpoint.How is it if I am sober,I can be pulled over at a checkpoint and have to tell the officer where I came from and where I am going?If you agree that this is OK,you are an idiot.checkpoints being legalized is a bad thing.What happens when down the road in a couple of years they make it constitutional for officers to walk up the street and knock on doors and search houses for no reason?Checkpoints are a bad thing and an invasion of privacy.
Hmmmmm? You have never heard of checkpoints to look for kidnap victims but you seem to be an expert on Nazi Germany checkpoints? And you call me an idiot???? How do you in your infinate constitutional law wisdom propose to get the drunks off of the road MR Mensa? If you knew anything about how the SUPREME COURT said DUI checkpoints need to be operated to be CONSTITUTIONAL they DO NOT stop every car. They have to have a pre-arranged formula on which cars will be stopped. You may never be stopped and so Nazi-like" questioned even if you go through a checkpoint
sunshine

York, PA

#46 Jul 1, 2010
George wrote:
<quoted text>Hmmmmm? You have never heard of checkpoints to look for kidnap victims but you seem to be an expert on Nazi Germany checkpoints? And you call me an idiot???? How do you in your infinate constitutional law wisdom propose to get the drunks off of the road MR Mensa? If you knew anything about how the SUPREME COURT said DUI checkpoints need to be operated to be CONSTITUTIONAL they DO NOT stop every car. They have to have a pre-arranged formula on which cars will be stopped. You may never be stopped and so Nazi-like" questioned even if you go through a checkpoint
When and where was the last kidnap victim checkpoint?Could you provide a link to a legitamate story?I googled it and could not find any info about them.I do agree with the roving patrols because they would actually see if the driver is drunk and would not inconvenience many innocent drivers and interrogate them.If a driver is drunk,it is pretty obvious and they would almost instantly tell if they were drunk.I know the formula rule of the checkpoints,I posted it on a link under my previous screen name.I know that I might go through a checkpoint and never be questioned but it is just a big inconvenience for the sober drivers.
George

Marshall, VA

#47 Jul 2, 2010
sunshine wrote:
<quoted text>When and where was the last kidnap victim checkpoint?Could you provide a link to a legitamate story?I googled it and could not find any info about them.I do agree with the roving patrols because they would actually see if the driver is drunk and would not inconvenience many innocent drivers and interrogate them.If a driver is drunk,it is pretty obvious and they would almost instantly tell if they were drunk.I know the formula rule of the checkpoints,I posted it on a link under my previous screen name.I know that I might go through a checkpoint and never be questioned but it is just a big inconvenience for the sober drivers.
Inconvenience or infringement?????? Look up anything on anytype roadblocks or checkpoints.
Officer Himler

Ephrata, PA

#48 Jul 2, 2010
Yes, dees iz good dat you wall argue among youselves!
Vee vill be able to control you vall betta!

See you dis veekend! have your paperz ready!

Acthung!
Say no to Baby Factories

Jersey Shore, PA

#49 Jul 2, 2010
Officer Himler wrote:
Yes, dees iz good dat you wall argue among youselves!
Vee vill be able to control you vall betta!
See you dis veekend! have your paperz ready!
Acthung!
I see you are in dire need of the men in white coats with the funny jacket with real long sleeves.
sunshine

York, PA

#50 Jul 2, 2010
George wrote:
<quoted text>Inconvenience or infringement?????? Look up anything on anytype roadblocks or checkpoints.
I say infringement.It states that the officers ask you where you came from and where you are going.Their conversation is designed to get you talking so they can detect alcohol on your breath.They can also look through your windows and see everything you have laying out in plain sight.That does not sound constitutional because you were not pulled over for looking suspicious.
George

Marshall, VA

#51 Jul 2, 2010
sunshine wrote:
<quoted text>I say infringement.It states that the officers ask you where you came from and where you are going.Their conversation is designed to get you talking so they can detect alcohol on your breath.They can also look through your windows and see everything you have laying out in plain sight.That does not sound constitutional because you were not pulled over for looking suspicious.
Hmmm? Laying out in plain site????? First you say inconvenience then you make up excuses for being an infringments???? Why dfont you send your name into the Pr4es to consider you instead of Kagan for the Supreme Court???? You have been more inconvenienced by traffic jams and accidents on the roadways!
Nazi Checkpoints

York, PA

#52 Jul 4, 2010
George wrote:
<quoted text>Hmmm? Laying out in plain site????? First you say inconvenience then you make up excuses for being an infringments???? Why dfont you send your name into the Pr4es to consider you instead of Kagan for the Supreme Court???? You have been more inconvenienced by traffic jams and accidents on the roadways!
George, the more you post, the more it becomes obvious that you just don't get it. To compare roving patrols to checkpoints is ludicrous. If someone gives the police probably cause, yes it is ok to pull them over. But at 1am in the morning & stone cold sober, I should not have to be inconvenienced by the police, not to mention have my rights disrespected.
Who cares

Hanover, PA

#53 Jul 4, 2010
Nazi Checkpoints wrote:
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George, the more you post, the more it becomes obvious that you just don't get it. To compare roving patrols to checkpoints is ludicrous. If someone gives the police probably cause, yes it is ok to pull them over. But at 1am in the morning & stone cold sober, I should not have to be inconvenienced by the police, not to mention have my rights disrespected.
Get your papers ready nazi...

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