Comment: What's so funny? It's called selective enforcement.

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What's so funny? It's called selective enforcement.

And it happens every day in every precinct. And yet amazingly you laugh at the concept like it's criminally, and morally beyond you and the other enforcers. I would dare say there are hundreds, if not thousands of laws that are not enforced.

Once this is addressed we can the address selective prosecution. You know when only certain people, groups or ethnicities are prosecuted, fined and or incarcerated.

NWcityguy2 you speak as it you were speaking for God himself. It's this mindset that is not only enforcing the tyranny but also accelerating it.

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.