Should the police be allowed to arrest people who sell alcohol to teens on home ground?
Police are trying to stop teens from getting access to alcohol, and teens are getting from people who will sell it to them from their own private homes. Is this right? Not at all! If the police can come to your home and arrest you for selling alcohol to teens at your own home, how far can they push their agenda? What if the teen is your own child, should you be arrested for having your own child in a safe environment where they can experiment with alcohol? You can keep an eye on the effects alcohol will have on your child. Or should the your teenager go with their friends to another place to get alcohol, get wasted, get into a car and then (God forbid) get into an accident? Or if your teen is a girl she gets, GHB'd? What do you think?
I was at work, my boss made a foolish mistake and someone else got thrown under the bus for his mistake, and then to feel better within himself, he turns around and tries to lay the blame on me for his folly. I am not the only one who has experienced this, and there are some theories floating around about this, so what's your theory?