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» Mon Oct 23, 2006 11:14 pm
Big B wrote:It's like entrapment. Thats why I believe the sterness of these laws are not set up to save people, but to generate revenue for the city, county, or state...

Gee you think!

That's all they want
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» Tue Oct 24, 2006 8:56 am
#32 wrote:Well, thats how the modern system works.

Look at cops who hide behind blind spots and gun people down on the freeway with radar. What do you think would save more lives: a cop patroling the highway in visible sight or some schmuck waiting behind a bush to pull you over? If drivers knew a cop was around, they'd probably slow down and, thus, get into less accidents. It sounds like a better method, if safety is the issue.

But, then again, what generates more money for the system...? :banghead:

Sh*t like this is why I never take the "we need more officers on the streets" or "our police force is overwhelmed" cries serious. There's got to be something better for these guys to do then hide behind some bush and nab the person going 75 mph in a 65 mph zone.

The police force, espically the highway patrol would rather shoot fish in a barrel then make the big catch...
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» Tue Oct 24, 2006 10:46 am
Whatever gets the country more cash to build bombs with, at this point, is the government's goal. Bush is pissing away all our cash in Iraq, so he needs to raise the money somewhere else.

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