“I Do Not Consent To Being Searched”

You knew it would happen. The NYPD come up with a reasonable plan to enhance safety on the subway system, and the lefty wackoids are up in arms.

Reacting to the NYPD’s announcement Thursday afternoon that police would randomly—but routinely—search the bags of commuters, one concerned New Yorker quickly created a way for civil libertarians to make their views black-and-white.
In a few outraged moments, local immigrant rights activist Tony Lu designed t-shirts bearing the text, “i do not consent to being searched.”

Well, guess what, asshole? 50 people in London did not consent to getting blown up. The fact that police are going out of their way to hamstring themselves so that your precious “profiling” does not occur bugs the hell out of me, frankly. I wish they’d search everybody, but at the very least it would be nice if they concentrated on those most likely to commit the crimes, i.e. young islamic males of middle eastern ethnicity. Sorry folks, but those are the facts. With the exception of Oklahoma City every major terrorist act of the past, what, 30 years has been committed by either a middle eastern muslim or, in the case of Bali, an asian muslim. Sorry, but I think that that should allow the police to watch them a little more carefully.

2 Responses to ““I Do Not Consent To Being Searched””

  1. Dave J says:

    If he does not consent to being searched, then he can keep his ass outside the subway. It’s that simple, really.

  2. The Real JeffS says:

    Agreed, Dave. Probably needs the exercise walking, anyhoo.

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