Time to follow law, state says

Time to follow law, state says

There are 119 comments on the DispatchPolitics story from Dec 5, 2010, titled Time to follow law, state says. In it, DispatchPolitics reports that:

"We went in there and made purchases. We're not ever going to turn away from open and flagrant violations of the law," Fayette County Sheriff Vernon Stanforth said.

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ummm

Columbus, OH

#106 Dec 6, 2010
Adam wrote:
"Dunfee thinks that, if people can't visit under the cloak of darkness, most won't visit at all. Then, at least in his small, rural community, it won't be profitable for the Foxhole to stay in business."
There's a wonderful guy: shame the people who want to engage in legal conduct. Tell them what they can and cannot do. Bring the power of the state down on those who provide a sought-after business and those who want to patronize that business.
Something tells me Dunfee is a Republican.
'Always one twit who wants to 'two-party politicize' every story. Usually, the twit is on the left.

The point is, most normal people recognize that this is low-character, emotionally-stunted behavior- healthy, emotionally mature adults don't need sex for sale, to get their rocks off-
If people are 'ashamed' of what they are indulging in 'under the cloak of darkness', there's a reason, Einstein-it's because 'they should be', and they know it.
'Legality' has nothing to do with right vs wrong; respect, vs. self-gratifying objectification-
class, vs classless.
Republicans for Mandates

Columbus, OH

#107 Dec 6, 2010
Wow that's a lot of mandates on business in this state. Who is in charge and responsible for this hyper-regulation of private business??

The same hypocritical Republicans who whine and moan that business is too heavily regulated.

Thank you Republicans, for speaking out of both sides of your mouth. Again.(need I bring up the tax increases in the early 2000's that were done by the Republicans?)
Richard

Buffalo, NY

#108 Dec 6, 2010
Let's make a deal: I won't go to strip clubs after midnight, and the churches then allow the taverns in Ohio to sell liquor to me on on Sunday, as they do in civilized states. Why are people so interested in my morailty? MYOB.
Common Sense Voter

Columbus, OH

#109 Dec 6, 2010
"This is not a moral crusade, as some people would like to see it, but about women and girls being trapped in human slavery," Burress said. "If they don't enforce this law, basically they're turning a deaf ear to human trafficking."

Then what in the HELL is it?!

If you are not in favor of these places than DONT GO!

These are likley the same idiots who were behind the smoke ban, if you don't like smoke dont go to bars where smoking is allowed. Is it that freaking hard?!?!
Common Sense Voter

Columbus, OH

#110 Dec 6, 2010
Republicans for Mandates wrote:
Wow that's a lot of mandates on business in this state. Who is in charge and responsible for this hyper-regulation of private business??
The same hypocritical Republicans who whine and moan that business is too heavily regulated.
Thank you Republicans, for speaking out of both sides of your mouth. Again.(need I bring up the tax increases in the early 2000's that were done by the Republicans?)
YOU my friend are a FOOL! To whit, part of the problem this Country/State faces in pointing the finger rather than offering ideas on how to fix the issue(s)
Silky Johnson

Columbus, OH

#112 Dec 6, 2010
I love boobies! Please don't take away the ta-ta's.
ebill

Columbus, OH

#113 Dec 6, 2010
would you pass a law that cols pub libraries cannot be open from 12 to 6am? The question is, "is it legal to distribute porn?" The answer is,;" Yes". This has been tested in courts at great costs to the taxpayers and it is with some exceptions, legal. Get over it! Although I am not one of them, would you want the people who think Christians are destroying the world to pass laws restricting hours of worship? This is all a huge money grab by municipalities, especially London, West Jefferson, all part of the(do you not remember New Rome?) rural highway to anticrime rightousness for a profit. There are far too many laws for any one person to comprehend. One law says it is legal and one says it is not. Is it no wonder that(according to IPSOS-ISAY), 71% of all US adults have been to court?
Jessa926

Marion, OH

#114 Dec 6, 2010
There is a fine line between freedom and forced prostitution. These establishments and the people who frequent them are what is wrong with this world today!! Sex offenders, rapists, and pimps are the majority of these facilities customers and owners, not the typical group of men or women taking a break from their everyday lives to have a little "fun". Human trafficking is real people and it's happening right in central Ohio, right under our noses and it begins in these places. HELLO this is the sex industry!!!!! Thank GOD someone had the decency to do what they could to pass this law to help keep some young women and children safe!!!!!
knucklehead

Lewis Center, OH

#115 Dec 7, 2010
this is BS - let people live their lives. These are consenting adults and go fight real crime.
AMERICAN JOE

Dublin, OH

#116 Dec 7, 2010
You can't legislate morality!
Jessa926

Lancaster, OH

#117 Dec 7, 2010
Mary wrote:
Thanks, "chosen ones", for promoting and producing the scourge of pornography into America. At the same time trying to replace Christmas with "holidays" that have nothing to do with America. Thanks, chosen ones. Without you we wouldn't have pornography and so much immorality and so many broken families here. You do your father, the devil, proud.
Thank you for saying this!!! I can understand why human trafficking and sexual victimization is such a problem in this country, and for those people ignorant to the real issues, within this state. People don't care about what is important and helping others, they care about money, power, and sex!!!! You know at the end of the day that is all that matters.
greg

Galion, OH

#118 Dec 8, 2010
Dancing and lap dances are aloud in all clubs that have liquer licsences until 230am
The Owners Coalition puts any girl that does drugs that is caught, solicits or gets caught prosituting on a lack of space lasi and cant work in a club again.
All tentants sign i-9's, so human trafikking is impossible in our clubs period. This is just a buzz word to get people talking.
Curtis

Kalispell, MT

#119 Dec 9, 2010
It is a moral issue, sins and lust for the flesh is a sin and a breakdown of the inner being and fiber of a persons soul and makeup. The societ as a whole suffers from this. As long as people support it no matter what time of day, it will flourish, money is the driving factor dry up the money it will go. It is a moral issue, and highly addictive, see it once and the brain says more of it. Our nation will fall without fireing a shot.
Ohio Perv

Columbus, OH

#120 Dec 9, 2010
Curtis wrote:
It is a moral issue, sins and lust for the flesh is a sin and a breakdown of the inner being and fiber of a persons soul and makeup. The societ as a whole suffers from this. As long as people support it no matter what time of day, it will flourish, money is the driving factor dry up the money it will go. It is a moral issue, and highly addictive, see it once and the brain says more of it. Our nation will fall without fireing a shot.
It's prudes like you that are causing the downfall of this nation.
Tim T

Delaware, OH

#121 Dec 9, 2010
Curtis wrote:
It is a moral issue, sins and lust for the flesh is a sin and a breakdown of the inner being and fiber of a persons soul and makeup. The societ as a whole suffers from this. As long as people support it no matter what time of day, it will flourish, money is the driving factor dry up the money it will go. It is a moral issue, and highly addictive, see it once and the brain says more of it. Our nation will fall without fireing a shot.
STFU and GTFO
Doctor Feelgood

Reynoldsburg, OH

#122 Dec 10, 2010
Curtis wrote:
It is a moral issue, sins and lust for the flesh is a sin and a breakdown of the inner being and fiber of a persons soul and makeup. The societ as a whole suffers from this. As long as people support it no matter what time of day, it will flourish, money is the driving factor dry up the money it will go. It is a moral issue, and highly addictive, see it once and the brain says more of it. Our nation will fall without fireing a shot.
Until it does, pass me the beer nuts and all of my glorious tax cuts ... in singles please.
Republicans for Mandates

Columbus, OH

#123 Dec 16, 2010
Common Sense Voter wrote:
<quoted text>
YOU my friend are a FOOL! To whit, part of the problem this Country/State faces in pointing the finger rather than offering ideas on how to fix the issue(s)
You are exactly right. So please tell me why Republicans raise taxes on me , then talk out of the other side of their mouth and tell me how important it is to lower taxes and they're the best party to do it? It's called being hypocritical, and they have mastered it.

Thank you for your comment though Mr. Kasich.
John Q

Cincinnati, OH

#124 Dec 16, 2010
What if it was a LAW that you could not go to curch? They would not like people telling them what to do.
Kelly

Perrysburg, OH

#125 Dec 20, 2010
Maybe Toledo Ohio needs to be looked into. They have drug dealing GMs overdosing and dieing........Deja Vu needs to be closed.....

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