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Old 07-25-2011, 11:03 PM
 
Location: Republic of Texas
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I will be the better MAN and do just that... There is another thread on this issue, why don't you hand your arse to that one as well and see how far your ignorance will go this time
To most pro-camera authoritarians the Constitution is only good for protecting pornography, flag-burning, violent dissent against republicans/conservatives, stripping any and all mention of God from public view, and promoting the perverse agenda of the homosexual mafia.

Outside of that, it is a pesky, hate-filled, slave-owner's document, where things like due process are irrelevant unless it deals with the rights of pedophiles and murderers.

Nevermind that red light cameras violate the 4th and 14th amendments. The authoritarians need to get that cheap sexual thrill out of the knowledge that those evil lawbreaking red light runners are being 'punished'. "Yeah that'll show them".

Nevermind that they have been shown to cause an increase in rear-end collisions at their intersections. "Red light runners bad, herrderrderr".

Nevermind the people of Houston and Baytown voted them out in the purest form of democracy on earth, a referendum. Minor inconveniences to the anti-freedom, big government authoritarians.

The people clamoring for red light cameras are the same kind of people who would have electrocuted you to death in the Milgram Experiment.
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Old 07-25-2011, 11:19 PM
 
Location: Baytown
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LA one step closer to ending their contract with ATS. Looks like more cities are realizing the cameras are a bad idea. Another committee voted unanimously to end the program.
One Step Closer: LA Red Light Cameras Voted Down AGAIN « CameraFRAUD.com – The Cameras are Coming Down
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Old 07-25-2011, 11:42 PM
 
Location: Central Bay Area, CA as of Jan 2010...but still a proud Texan from Houston!
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I will be the better MAN and do just that... There is another thread on this issue, why don't you hand your arse to that one as well and see how far your ignorance will go this time

Red Light Camera tickets unenforceable
Why bother? Your ignorance always prevails into a bashing ugly one up man ship nonsense rant.

I researched and am good with what I have uncovered. The conspiracy theory fear mongers just don't do it for me. I like real data not the conspiracy theory crap.

Keep grasping at those straws I hope it helps you to sleep better at night
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Old 07-25-2011, 11:45 PM
 
Location: Central Bay Area, CA as of Jan 2010...but still a proud Texan from Houston!
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To most pro-camera authoritarians the Constitution is only good for protecting pornography, flag-burning, violent dissent against republicans/conservatives, stripping any and all mention of God from public view, and promoting the perverse agenda of the homosexual mafia.

Outside of that, it is a pesky, hate-filled, slave-owner's document, where things like due process are irrelevant unless it deals with the rights of pedophiles and murderers.

Nevermind that red light cameras violate the 4th and 14th amendments. The authoritarians need to get that cheap sexual thrill out of the knowledge that those evil lawbreaking red light runners are being 'punished'. "Yeah that'll show them".

Nevermind that they have been shown to cause an increase in rear-end collisions at their intersections. "Red light runners bad, herrderrderr".

Nevermind the people of Houston and Baytown voted them out in the purest form of democracy on earth, a referendum. Minor inconveniences to the anti-freedom, big government authoritarians.

The people clamoring for red light cameras are the same kind of people who would have electrocuted you to death in the Milgram Experiment.

I can't relate to...and thank GOD I can't relate to one single word you have written. Your world is insane if you think that is how the people for red light cameras think...totally insane in the membrane on all of what you have written.
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Old 07-25-2011, 11:57 PM
 
Location: Republic of Texas
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I can't relate to...and thank GOD I can't relate to one single word you have written. Your world is insane if you think that is how the people for red light cameras think...totally insane in the membrane on all of what you have written.
I can't relate to your clumsy usage of played-out Cypress Hill lyrics. Also, not the first time my sanity has been called into question on city-data.

Thank GOD I can't relate to any authoritarian support for red light cameras. Wiki the Milgram Experiment and educate yourself on this mindset. You may be a victim of this mental illness and not even realize it.

Attention all supporters of red light cameras: Your misguided desire for 'safety' and 'punishment' for red light runners does not outweigh the following:

1.) Data showing an increase in rear-end collisions at red light camera intersections.

2.) The voice of the people that voted red light cameras down in a referendum

3.) The United States Constitution.

Is that 'sane' enough for you. I don't care about any other data or weasel-worded excuses for red light cameras. Please refer to items 1-3 above.
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Old 07-25-2011, 11:59 PM
 
Location: Central Bay Area, CA as of Jan 2010...but still a proud Texan from Houston!
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Add this to the long list of things you post about as if you know what you are talking about but are flat wrong on. 3-6 seconds is the federal mandate, Texas camera law (707) requires camera locations follow the TMUTCD which uses the ITE formula based on engineering principles primarily based on the approach speed. The minimum legal Yellow change intervals for each of those intersections is listed in the column, of course if you actually read it you would know that. Please, please stop posting wholely false information and acting like you have the most remote clue about what you are talking about, you really really don't have a clue. You are so woefully underprepared for this conversation I am beginning to become embarrased for you.
Yep I know what I am talking about more then you do...I ask you to stop posting your conspiracy theory fear and hate tactics. If there is such a conspiracy theory then why not go after the culprits who are in charge of rigging the lights? Second time I have asked you this but you just won't answer it. No need to be embarrassed for me...I just don't buy into your right wing conservative constant conspiracy theory BS.


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Old 07-26-2011, 12:01 AM
 
Location: Central Bay Area, CA as of Jan 2010...but still a proud Texan from Houston!
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I can't relate to your clumsy usage of played-out Cypress Hill lyrics. Also, not the first time my sanity has been called into question on city-data.

Thank GOD I can't relate to any authoritarian support for red light cameras. Wiki the Milgram Experiment and educate yourself on this mindset. You may be a victim of this mental illness and not even realize it.

Attention all supporters of red light cameras: Your misguided desire for 'safety' and 'punishment' for red light runners does not outweigh the following:

1.) Data showing an increase in rear-end collisions at red light camera intersections.

2.) The voice of the people that voted red light cameras down in a referendum

3.) The United States Constitution.

Is that 'sane' enough for you. I don't care about any other data or weasel-worded excuses for red light cameras. Please refer to items 1-3 above.
Man O Man insane in the membrane once again. I don't care about your insane version of how you think the world turns.
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Old 07-26-2011, 12:03 AM
 
Location: Republic of Texas
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Man O Man insane in the membrane once again. I don't care about your insane version of how you think the world turns.
I'm afraid you lose. Nice try though.

To many proud Americans, the Constitution and referendum votes are not 'insane'.
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Old 07-26-2011, 12:04 AM
 
Location: Central Bay Area, CA as of Jan 2010...but still a proud Texan from Houston!
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I'm afraid you lose. Nice try though.

To many proud Americans, the Constitution and referendum votes are not 'insane'.
Really what are you so proud about? The Dumbing down of America? The Wall Street govt? The dimpled chad?

Second... lose what?
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Old 07-26-2011, 12:08 AM
 
Location: Republic of Texas
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Really what are you so proud about?

Second... lose what?
Proud to be a freedom loving, God fearing, anti-authoritarian, pro-America, heterosexual, Christian male. What are you proud of? Being wrong on this issue?

Second, you lose because instead of making any futile attempt to refute what I said, you resorted to ad hominem attacks on my 'sanity'.

Better luck next time.

Kinda hard to argue with the Constitution isn't it?
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