Yea, and fast, Rubio skips a lot of votes and he b-slapped and back stabbed the
all the Tea Party peeps the got him into congress, but he stands strong against
planned parenthood and to his credit has fought with senator Cruz and Paul to
de-fund it. Those three all have good records on that.
I’ve never had a parking ticket, but if I ever get one,I’ll be sure to pay it immediately… :0)
Didn't mean to get Sgt. Friday on you.
It is policy because if it were left to officers discretion somebody would accuse them of either excessive force or favoritism.
DUS is typically an arrestable offense by itself. Always use handirons. Many an officer has been hurt because someone got antsy about a minor infraction and thought the world was crashing down on them.
 February 12, 2016 at 12:13am
The deterrent for not paying a minor parking ticket(s), is a warrant for your arrest and
having your driving privileges revoked.
Simply put, pay the fine on time and the race card dramatics wouldn’t be necessary.
I'm betting she felt entitled & refused to pay/fight the citation. Suck to be her right now!
Though I think the lady is a racist fruit loop, I can not support revocation of license and arrest for a parking ticket. This type of law enforcement I have always seen as over reach. Government should have go through the same process as everyone else for non payment. They only get to revoke and throw people in jail because the POS Nazi scum write the laws and want every penny they can get their power hungry, greedy, tax spending hands on.
When I lived in NY, if you didn't pay parking tickets I think they would boot your car. However, if you didn't pay driving violation tickets (speeding, etc.) then they would suspend your license and arrest you if they caught you driving. My husband actually was arrested once because they mailed the citation to him, but he had just moved to a new apartment and it must have been mailed before the forwarding address was worked out. Either way, very little to do with racism and a lot to do with regular procedure.
 February 12, 2016 at 12:06am
Clinton reiterated her compact for debt-free college tuition. For students
who work 10 or more hours a week and pay for living expenses.
The plan, which would cost $350 billion over 10 years, needs congressional
approval and support from states to be viable.