Very important issue here: Should goods in transit from A to B be subject to seizure in the places they simply pass through rather? Saying “yes” sets a very dangerous precedent indeed for sealed goods, for moving surface and air traffic and for the internet. Surely the answer has to be “no”? Otherwise we will find ourselves in a world of arbitrary diktat.
Loving the delicious irony that that America’s rednecks still think that it’s the Republicans who are fiscally conservative despite more than a decade of evidence to the contrary.
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