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Patriotism or Vandalism? Freedom Fighters spraypaint over speeding cameras

Posted by Austin Petersen • 09 Sep 2013

The cure for 1984, is 1776!

Like the patriotic Bostonians who threw tea into the harbor, American citizens are once again tweaking the nose of big government, this time in Maryland. A Wicomico County patriot painted “1776″ over a speeding camera, blocking the view of the cameras that catch drivers committing the victimless crime of speeding past an inanimate object.

The Blaze reports:

According to WBOC-TV, speed cameras in Wicomico County raked in $40,000 for the police department last year, funding computers, a K-9 unit and uniforms.

This isn’t the only location in Maryland where speed cameras have come under attack. In Tacoma Park, a camera that issued more than 1,000 tickets in less than three months was spray painted black last month, WJLA-TV reported.

“We hate them! And this camera taking a hundred dollars here and a hundred dollars there. Money coming out and not coming in! We are gonna feel it — everybody feels it!” David McKenzie of Hyattsville told the news station.


Despite costing taxpayers millions every year in productive capital, more and more counties across the country are installing the unconstitutional cameras to bilk taxpayers. A Florida judge last year found red-light cameras unconstitutional and a movement has sprung up across the nation to fight the Orwellian encroachment on due process and the sixth amendment.

 

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  • Yourownfault

    how about you not speed?

    • ccreamer_22

      How about we not allow this to become an orwellian police state?

      • Yourownfault

        Orwellian is obstructing personal freedoms, driving on city funded roads is not a freedom, its a privilege with rules we all know and choose not to follow. I dont care what you do with your “freedom” provided it does not cause harm to others around you. Speeding is something that can be harmful in congested areas. Would it hurt you to follow the law?

        • ccreamer_22

          I’m not debating that speeding is against the law, what I’m debating is the use of a camera for these situations.

          • Yourownfault

            cameras just make it easy to make fast cash for the government. If you want to fight the system, stop speeding so they cant afford to make the cameras

            • ccreamer_22

              That’s not the only way to fight the system. Thank you for doing your part though… I guess.

            • Fred hgggg

              Are you fucking kidding me?

              bend over and and hope theyl stop fucking you? get out of my eyeball man. that mentality is why were in this surveillance-police state now.

              You said it yourself, theyre just mechanisms for fast cash. its not about following the “rules” as your previously stated and contradicted. its fast cash, and makes no decrease in actual speeding. period

              if you ever driven on the capital beltway, youd know full well that the average speed is maybe 65-70 mph, despite the speed limit being 55. talk to anyone in the area and im sure youll find many people whove been pegged for speeding by a camera despite going wtih the flow of traffic, me being one of them.

              Dont speed? how about they dont infringe on my rights, no not my rights to drive, my rights to keep my money without having the government steal it. the idea speed cameras will go away is lunacy.

              im not going to get into the fact that speed limits are set for saftey KNOWING people will be going faster. its human nature.

  • Jason Alan Glazier

    always going after black people for advice only one white person they asked any body else find this funny

  • wadejlong

    Patriotism. Anyone who sees it different is a shill.