The Burning Truth Podcast: Illegal Entry By Police Should Be Met With Force, Or We Have Already Lost
Limp Wristing An Issue: “The act of supporting one side of an argument while simultaneously supporting the other side to prevent causing offense.”
Example: You oppose a ruling by the courts that police may illegally enter your home, and you have no right to resist, while also saying you should not resist.
Either you support police illegally entering people’s homes, and violating their rights, or you don’t. There is no comfortable middle ground.
In this episode, Casey discusses the recent ruling that police can illegally enter your home, and you have no right to resist. He also addresses the small-minded weakness of some of the arguments that favor this ruling.
Posted on May 14, 2011, in Big Government, Constitution, Dumbassery, Podcast, Police Abuse and tagged Casey Hendrickson, conservative, constitution, Indiana, Las Vegas, Podcast, Police, Police Abuse, Rights, Supreme Court, talk radio, the burning truth. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.