Thursday, June 27, 2013

This chalk note on a sidewalk got a man arrested


The arrest record states it was a "derogatory remark about the Governor".  Seems like a fact followed by a suggestion.  Apparently in Pennsylvania saying someone has healthcare is a hate crime.

4 comments:

  1. The fucking thought police at work.

    So aside from the fact that derogatory is somewhat subjective, how is this statement derogatory, Mr. Asswipe policeman?

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    1. J,
      Then my old ass ought be be in jail for the emails I sent that asshole we have in the House.

      New blog:
      www.onedrunkenoldsergeant.blogspot.com

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      Ron

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  2. Seems to me you nailed it, Fringe. A statement of fact followed by an opinion - and a valid opinion at that. I hope if it ever gets to court that the judge tells Mister Policeman to take his piece of paper and use it appropriately to wipe his own ass.

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  3. Before living here in The Homeland, I used to live in this country called the United States, and we could talk shit about the government all we wanted, it was even a law.
    Pretty nice place while it lasted.

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