Police Checkpoints: I’m Not Doing Anything Wrong, But I Definitely Have Something to Worry About Dec 22, 2014 Daisy Luther www.activistpost.com/2014/12/police-checkpoints-im-not-doing.html Every year around this time, it just isn’t the holiday season if you don’t end up stuck in a long line of traffic going through a mandatory DUI checkpoint. The cops are looking for people drinking and driving, and this unconstitutional search has been upheld by the Supreme Court. And every year around this time, when I say it is a violation of my rights, someone chimes in: “If you aren’t doing anything wrong, you don’t have anything to worry about.” 5 Reasons Why “If You Haven’t Done Anything Wrong” Is an Invalid Argument There are a lot of problems with the whole “if you aren’t doing anything wrong you don’t have anything to worry about” argument. Here are just a few: #1.) You are not the person who gets to decide if you have something to worry about... #2.) The rules change constantly... #3.) You are being gradually inoculated against outrage... #4.) Enforcement of laws is entirely subjective... #5.) If they want to condemn you, they can always find something.