let`s hope the charges are dropped quickly....(edit: they were, of course).....
P. Briscoe (Non running-dog anti-imperial anti-Bush unapologist name-changer; 13406)
Posted on: 04-15-2008 16:05.
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The 1st Amendment doesn't specify absolute solemnity when assembling peaceably.
If you wanna dance, you can dance. You may annoy the other visitors. You may be asked to leave and even arrested, but unless the prosecutor and the judge have some sort of sinister political hard-on for you, you will be walking out of jail within a few hours....
Now in North Korea, you have to be solemn and show no trace of flippancy or irreverence when in the presence of any sort of representation of the Great Leader. If you so much as crack a smile or giggle, you may go to prison forever.
Thank God for the Bill of Rights. I'd rather be slightly annoyed at some dancing douche-bags than live forever under the boot-heel of tyranny.
I think Jefferson would agree with me.
Edited by P. Briscoe at 4/15/2008 4:06:43 PM
Edited by P. Briscoe at 4/15/2008 4:17:25 PM
Edited by P. Briscoe at 4/15/2008 4:23:36 PM
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