She fought against a law that was morally wrong. One that I believe was un-Constitutional.
Would you say that now that the Courts have correctly said that blacks have a right to sit whereever they want that they should not exercise that right if it might offend or make others feel uncomfortable? That if Law Enforcement regulary harassed blacks for exercising these rights that blacks should be happy that they have the right, but refrain from using it?
This is afterall what you seems to be telling others who exercise their rights.
Please tell me how doing something that is completely legal is rubbing "it" in the face of police? Aren't the police just there to enforce existing laws? The police have the same options as every other citizen in this great country if they disagree with a law. Go to the balot box or pettition his current elected officials.Quote:
The OC'er in this trial did something that was legal and tried to rub it in the face of the police.
For them to do it any other way is an abuse of power. It would be them who would be rubbing the fact that they are not confined by the law, in the face of the citizens of this country.