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Fatwa Arbuckle: Unperson
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Wednesday greetings from Happy Larryville, GN!

Oklahoma Highway Patrol goes for high-tech thuggery:

Now, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol has a device that also allows them to seize money in your bank account or on prepaid cards.

It’s called an ERAD, or Electronic Recovery and Access to Data machine, and state police began using 16 of them last month.

Here’s how it works. If a trooper suspects you may have money tied to some type of crime, the highway patrol can scan any cards you have and seize the money.

The OHP and state legislature officials who approved this unconstitutional depravity ought to be removed from office and the gene pool.

News 9 obtained a copy of the contract with the state.

It shows the state is paying ERAD Group Inc., $5,000 for the software and scanners, then 7.7 percent of all the cash the highway patrol seizes.

The principals of this company are also part of a criminal enterprise and deserve the same fate.

Congress should have put a stop to this years ago, but we keep electing oath-breaking, criminal filth.

Sven
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Sven
4 years ago

Good morning. Bummer. No one I voted for last night won.

Fatwa Arbuckle: Unperson
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Hai, Sven!

No one I voted for last night won.

On the positive side, you will not share in any of the collective guilt for California’s -- and teh United States’ -- continued descent into tyranny.

It ain’t much, but it’s something. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Paddy O'Furnijur
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Paddy O'Furnijur
4 years ago

Happy Hump Day, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa, and Sven!

I kinda feel like the goat, this morning.

My first-term congresscritter was up for re-election. On the (R) side, we had a real strong candidate -- decorated Marine vet, does a lot of behind the scenes work in the community, strong leader -- but he couldn’t match the war chest of the incumbent, who had close to $900,000 before the campaigning even began. She ran a smear campaign linking him to the Clinton’s, neglecting to mention that he was assigned as a military attache to the Clinton White House. In CA’s top-two primary system, we’ll end up with the incumbent rino running against a dem. Guess who I’m voting for? Bad behavior and broken promises should not be rewarded.

Fatwa Arbuckle: Unperson
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Hai, Paddy!

Bad behavior and broken promises should not be rewarded.

Yep. Alas, the vast majority of Americans pay far more attention to athletes, actors and ample Armenian asses than to the actions of public officials.

Sven
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Sven
4 years ago

Cats. Kilt. Ayup.