At the Two-Party Conventions Is it the Job of the Police to Protect the Ruling Class FROM the 1st Ammendment?

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DENVER -- Police in Denver arrested an ABC News producer today as he and a camera crew were attempting to take pictures on a public sidewalk of Democratic senators and VIP donors leaving a private meeting at the Brown Palace Hotel.:




  1. when you break the law,this is what happens.the first amendment is still intact.and when you do not listen to what the police say,that is disruptive behavior.they deserve what they got!

  2. Apparently it is their job to make sure the liberals get their way.

  3. Depends what was going on that may have caused this, especially the first one, from happening. Protesters are not the "peaceful, loving, just want to get our message out" folks that you are trying to convince us they are. They antagonistic and often want such things to happen to them for just such attention and sympathy from people like you. The first amendment doesn't give you the right to protest without permits or to cause dangerous situations or to break the law to get your "message" out.

    The second one is a little different on the surface, but I won't condemn any police officer unless I was there in the situation with him. I'm not surprised, though, that the party that insisted it was cutting its ties with lobbyists are just a little bit upset that they've been exposed by ABC enjoying everything the evil lobbyists have to offer in Denver.  

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