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‘No Refusal” DUI Blood Test Goes Nationwide funded on Federal Grant Money …

‘No Refusal” DUI Blood Test Goes Nationwide funded on Federal Grant Money

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Lone Star Watchdog
Jan 1, 2011

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

The Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution Fourth Article of the Bill of Rights

I really am coming to the conclusion that the States and M.A.D.D.(Mothers Against Drunk Driving) have taken the issue to use drunk driving too far as a way for the state to raise revenue or to take away our God given rights. This nationwide “No  Refusal” blood test violates the fourth amendment of the bill of rights because people should enjoy the right to be secure in their persons from unreasonable searches and seizures. That means “hands off my blood”

The no refusal weekend is funded by Federal Grant money from the National Highway Transportation Safety Board to fund no refusal weekends. Even the Austin Police gets federal Grant Money for taking blood on the side of the road with rubber stamp warrants from a judge who stay up all night who just sign a warrant without seeing the accused.

The issue of drunk driving is chasing away business from downtown night clubs and bars from what little patronage they can get in this stagnant economy. I hear from countless people who used to have a beer and drink after work now stay away from many downtown areas because the police have become a predatory force preying on anyone for revenue.

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  1. January 1, 2011 at 11:33 AM

    They will get theirs one way or another. And in the end they will get theirs. Personally I don’t drink and think it a reprehensible habit or addiction. But I still believe in the right to partake in it if that is what you wish to do. Do you need to get nailed if your driving intoxicated? You bet, but everything needs to be done within the confines and controls that ensure our freedom and liberty.

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