These Men Want Inside Your Bedroom
This foursome also enjoys smothering all forms of amplifier-less, grassroots-supported free speech protests.
They testified during the July 9, 2007 D.C. Council hearing on the noise bill.
The union leaders, their attorney--and even an ACLU representative--said they believe D.C. residents have no right to quiet in their homes from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. anywhere in the city. They support the current law which allows one person to disrupt an entire community at unlimited amplified volume.
The ACLU supports denying your rights in your own bedroom! Incredible!
Unamplified voices would remain exempt from the D.C. noise bill pending before the city council that would fix the noise loophole created in 2004.
This ensures the issues which rally greatest number of voices get heard.