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    They did that to me. Forced me off the road "just like everyone else" at a hastily installed checkpoint in Texas somewhere. Drug dog wagged his tail at me and I was free to go. What a bunch of poseurs! I don't like the food and drink they serve along the interstates, either. It's adulterated with drugs and alcohol, and then it's a small-town cop or hick-town sheriff's deputy who pulls you over for DUI, because town hall bargained for enforcement privileges on the interstates in Roosevelt's WWII-era "New Deal" government contracting spree that built the interstates in the first place. But the foreign restaurateurs who settled on the interstates never stop dealing that shite in the food and water along the road, and crooked drugger-cops never prosecute the locals who serve doped food to motorists near major highways. There's a communist-collective labor-union local behind all those town hall drug-and-bust scams on the road. The whole "thing" with the drug-and-alcohol establishments along the roadways enjoys huge unquenchable Democratic Party support throughout the United States. Body shops, insurance companies, and local hospitals all 100% in on La Cosa Nostra. Route 66 nostalgia, the working girls, truck-stop rapists, and serial killers, all part of the lore the Democrats yearn for.
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    To some extent Lutherans and Eastern Orthodox have some of that, but the Roman Catholic Code of Silence or ("respect") or secret confession is strongly opposed to the open confession of Martin Luther and the early martyrs. o·mer·tà /ōˈmertə/ noun (as practiced by the Mafia) a code of silence about criminal activity and a refusal to give evidence to authorities.