Thursday, November 19, 2020

Johnson County Outcry: COVID-19 Crackdown Completely Unconstitutional

Rising Golden Ghetto frustration with new rules deserves another look inasmuch as this suburban enclave seems to determine a great deal of the cowtown cultural zeitgeist. 

Check-it:

Johnson County business owners call COVID-19 code enforcement 'completely unconstitutional'

OLATHE, Kan. - The Johnson County Board of County Commissioners approved a resolution allowing county code enforcement officers to fine violators of the county's COVID-19 protocols. Resolution Number 108-20 was adopted by the board with a 4-3 vote on Thursday.

10 comments:

Alpinista said...

It's not unconstitutional.

Anonymous said...

Health Dept can shut down anything that spreads disease. Look at the city license you applied for when you opened your business, remember it???? - you have to follow those rules you agreed to. Including health regulations.

Mamma cita, what a spicy meatball!

Anonymous said...

This is just a tip of the resistance that will break the back of the fascist MF'ers that seek to destroy us.

Anonymous said...

Wait till another much deadlier form of SARs comes. Say it kills 75% of everyone infected, in just 3 days.

Think it would be unconstitutional to require masks and stay home orders?

Read about the London Plague. The Plagues that hit Rome. China. This is nothing new. Its mother nature trying to wipe us out. Not the government. The government just wants to collect huge tax payments - you cant get those when in lockdown. Stop blaming the government.

Anonymous said...

It actually is.

Anonymous said...

How could these citizens be so guilty of wrongthink? Has not the Ministry of Truth inculcated the appropriate fear?

Anonymous said...

Wonder if these knuckleheads think the same thing about no smoking rules for their indoor establishments? Or about going through security at the airport without shoes on? Public safety trumps stupidity

Anonymous said...

Frankly I still hate the no-smoking policy; though I hate smoking and especially at a restaurant. It is their establishment and your choice to patronize or not. Taking your shoes off at airports is absolutely stupid and a result of another bureaucratic system power grab (brought to us by Bush).

Anonymous said...

^^Yea idiot, taking off our shoes at the airport was a massive power grab, absolutely massive. You fucking dipstick

Anonymous said...

Taking shoes off is a powergrab? How? What power do you gain? None. I used to see women in high heels take them off before boarding anyway. It stems from a innovative bomb type that still isnt disclosed after years. But Richard Reed the shoe bomber is in solitary for the rest of his life in Colorado. yes -he cannot speak to anyone and cannot watch TV, movies, books or get the news. So I guess it was a serious threat.

A powergrab would be to search each bag, place them on a different plane, like a pure cargo flight, and then hold it at the destination for 3 business days before you could have it back. Or not allowing any bags ever on planes.