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Prolonged Detention Will Soon Be In Our Constitution, I'm Angry About It, Are You?

Prolonged Detention Will Soon Be In Our Constitution, I'm Angry About It, Are You? Topic: Civil case search
July 24, 2019 / By Robin
Question: This administration is moving towards picking people off the streets based on nothing more than a suspicion of a future crime, no evidence, no nothing....just a feeling based on the color of a persons skin in most cases. In a free society, "we are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This administration wants to circumvent your civil rights, the US courts, and all that is American, based on a broad interpritation of exactly what a criminal is.
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Micha Micha | 3 days ago
You have not provided a link to substantiate your claim. The 6th amendment to the Constitution guarantees the right to a speedy trial. The police can not just pick you up because they "Think" you are going to commit a crime, they must have an arrest warrant , they can not even stop and search you with out having a reasonable cause (4th amendment) If you are claiming that President Obama and his administration would want to do this, all I can say is that is the way of the Communists, you either agree with them or die because of them in which case you would be right on point. Edit: Update Thanks for the email, I now see where you are going with this and as described in the second part of my original answer I think we are on the same page. I can see this administration trying to change our constitution to make certain activities illegal. In fact if you read the Fairness Doctrine you will discover that it is an attempt to stop conservative talk radio (freedom of speech) Not only does it try to stop talk radio, it makes certain comments hate speech, you will no longer be able to say that you are against 'gay marriage', that will be considered hate speech this is also a violation of freedom of speech. I don't think it will be long before even saying "Obama Sucks" will be considered hate speech since he is black. Interesting enough, these laws will not apply to TV stations. It is interesting since there are few if any liberal talk shows and many many conservative talk show. Television is different, except for Fox News all of the other stations, ABC,NBC,MSNBC, CNN are all liberal stations. I say that if you are going to apply a law to radio then it must be applied to television as well, especially since television has a much wider audience, liberals don't want that. The last thing they want is to have conservative views aired against their liberal views. I don't know when the liberals started thinking that opinion does not equate to hate. In my opinion I am against gay marriage, that does not mean I hate gays and in my opinion I think Obama sucks but that does not mean that I hate all black people, hell I think Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi suck too but that does not mean I hate white men or all women either.
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Micha Originally Answered: Prolonged bleeding during pregnancy?
I just did a quick search on this subject and there's tons of info out there, meaning that this isn't a rare problem. One site says, "Twenty to twenty-five percent of women have spotting or bleeding during pregnancy. Half of these women go on to have no other problems due to the bleeding." (http://www.baby-parenting.com/pregnancy/spotting.html) I don't think you should worry about losing the baby to the point where you kill your baby. Then you'll remember those strong heartbeats for the rest of your life. Believe me, I've both lost a baby and had an abortion, and the first you can accept but the second is just too hard to bear. It gets worse as the years go by and you keep an unconscious tally of how old your child would be. Keep in mind that pregnancy is an incredibly emotional time, and not exactly a period of your life when you're able to work things out in your head logically. Your hormones are going nuts! So don't let yourself trust your "I can't stand it anymore!" thoughts. Just let the time go by, as it will, and focus on the good things...like that strong heartbeat. It's ok to talk to your baby even now, and tell your baby how worried you are, but that the doctor said everything's ok. Then sing you and your baby a song. Babies in the womb love the sound of mother's voice, and I think it will help you stay calm too.
Micha Originally Answered: Prolonged bleeding during pregnancy?
I'm 7 weeks pregnant and this is my first pregnancy...Anyways i was bleeding for 3 1/2 days very very light and had clotting...went to the doctor i was okay and saw my baby at 6 weeks and the little heart beat. They say it was because of old period blood coming out or something and i cant quote you correctly because im not a doctor and i cant really remember the words lol. But im sure you are okay i have a aunt that actually had periods while she was pregnant she had periods for 3 months and didnt even know she was pregnant until she saw her belly growing.. Every woman is different so im pretty sure a lot of woman go through this too.

Joyce Joyce
I will agree that we are losing our rights an no one seems to use the Constitution anymore unless it benefits them. Of course, any law changes wont apply to those that change them. I don't think we even know the half of what is coming.
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Harland Harland
Sure I am mad about it. The terrorists should be dealt with in a lawful way. I'm willing to give Pres. Obama a little time to clean up Cheney's mess though.
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Harland Originally Answered: Detention for this?
SOme substitutes have very little classroom experience and they are not able to judge behavior well. I know one who leaves long letters to teachers listing EVERY little infraction by EVERY student. I think the sub was probably overreacting a bit. However, there are some schools in which the attitude towards subs is so bad that they find it hard to get them, so the rule is made that ANY problems will be dealt with "no questions asked" discipline. I'd just take the detention and get on with your life. The next time a sub comes in, don't follow the herd and there won't be trouble.

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