Well that's one of the rules the bushies took to Iraq, FREEDUMB!!!
There's a Chuck Jones exhibit at the EMP right now for anyone in the Seattle area. Pretty neat seeing the rough animatics.
Yes, but I was addressing Rodriguez vs. U.S. which is a 14th amendment case- I have no idea why I wrote 1st- so thanks for that, but the officer for all intents and purposes was finished with the traffic stop-so she should have been allowed to go on her way- he is not allowed to hold her up by holding up the ticket (warning ticket) . The case was about drug sniffing dogs but according to better qualified and smarter people than me- it is applicable . Notice that it says -Authority for the seizure ends when tasks tied to the traffic infraction are—or reasonably should have been— completed
A routine traffic stop is more like a brief stop under Terry v. Ohio, 392 U. S. 1, than an arrest, see, e.g., Arizona v. Johnson, 555 U. S. 323, 330. Its tolerable duration is determined by the seizure’s “mission,” which is to address the traffic violation that warranted the stop, Illinois v. Caballes, 543 U. S. 405, 407 and attend to related safety concerns. Authority for the seizure ends when tasks tied to the traffic infraction are—or reasonably should have been— completed. The Fourth Amendment may tolerate certain unrelated investigations that do not lengthen the roadside detention, Johnson, 555 U. S., at 327–328 (questioning); Caballes, 543 U. S., at 406, 408 (dog sniff), but a traffic stop “become[s] unlawful if it is prolonged be- yond the time reasonably required to complete th[e] mission” of issuing a warning ticket, id., at 407.
Beyond determining whether to issue a traffic ticket, an officer’s mission during a traffic stop typically includes checking the driver’s license, determining whether there are outstanding warrants against the driver, and inspecting the automobile’s registration and proof of insurance. These checks serve the same objective as enforcement of the traffic code: ensuring that vehicles on the road are operated safe- ly and responsibly. See Delaware v. Prouse, 440 U. S. 648, 658–659. Lacking the same close connection to roadway safety as the ordinary inquiries, a dog sniff is not fairly characterized as part of the officer’s traffic mission.
Fascists not corporatists. Also, bring out the guillotines!!!
.Why Bernie Sanders Should Be the Candidate for the 1%—Yes, Really
If America's ultra-rich know what's good for them, they'll start getting behind Sanders' progressive reforms.
If you are a regular viewer of Fox News, you may think of Bernie Sanders as some kind of radical socialist who wants to bring down the entire capitalist system — a modern day Lenin or Trotsky. The truth, of course, is that Sanders is neither a socialist nor a radical, or even an anti-capitalist. In the historical scheme of things, Sanders is actually a moderate (based on his policy proposals, at least). And, if they were smart, one percenters may very well want to consider voting for him, if they hope to avoid a truly radical movement in the future.
What do I mean by a truly radical movement? Basically, a movement where the people realize that American democracy is more of an illusion than a reality, and that the political apparatus is heavily rigged to favor the ruling class. A movement where people conclude that filing petitions, writing letters, and attempting to lobby politicians, when up against a global corporation, is largely futile, and that an election between two corporatists just isn’t good enough.