Actress Asks Obama To Fire Officer Who Arrested Her For Alleged DUI Violation

It is not clear which actress Amanda Bynes is in greater need of: basic driving or constitutional law lessons. After being arrested for drunk driving, Bynes took to Twitter to ask that President Barack Obama “fire the cop who arrested me.” While Obama may be willing to break away from an emerging civil war in Syria and a worsening economy to address the pressing problems of the starlet, he may find it difficult to fire the officer who is a state employee. However, according to the Justice Department, he does have the ability to declare the officer a threat to the nation and have him summarily executed. After all, if arresting a starlet is not an act of terrorism in our celebrity-driven society, I do not know what is.

Bynes was charged around 3 a.m. in April by an L.A. County deputy after her black BMW allegedly hit the rear corner of the sheriff’s vehicle — she then refused a sobriety test. The 26-year-old actress decided to go straight to the Commander-in-Chief: “Hey @BarackObama… I don’t drink . . lease fire the cop who arrested me. I also don’t hit and run. The end.”

Bynes emerged as a star in the Nickelodeon show “All That,” and later movies.

Bynes has had a series of traffic incidents. However, this appears the first time that she has called in the President to act on her behalf.

If I were this officer, I would look out for any drones spotted in the Los Angeles area for the next few weeks.

Source: LA Times

34 thoughts on “Actress Asks Obama To Fire Officer Who Arrested Her For Alleged DUI Violation

  1. “If I were this officer, I would look out for any drones spotted in the Los Angeles area for the next few weeks.”

    Only if the facts show that Ms. Byrne is a supporter of the President and the officer likes Romney.

  2. Well isn’t she special!

    Now ask yourself what if the President took her plight seriously and was egregiously offended by the officer doing his duty to charge someone with DUI in protecting greater society from an (allegedely) drunk starlet?

    That joke about drones isn’t so funny now nor is the power to assassinate citizens without substantive due process now, is it?

    Ironic isn’t the right word, but I do find it funny that this Hollywood halfwit’s plea highlights the dangers of the ever expanding unitary Executive power.

  3. Amanda Bynes claims she does not drink is not known to lie: – 1 point
    Officer claims she was drunk, all officers are known to lie: – 1 point
    She used her constitutional rights to refuse violation of the 4th: – 1 point
    She hit corner of upper class persons conveyance, ticket offense: – 1 point
    Officer feels COP (Contempt Of Cop) has occurred, arrest made: – 1 point
    Breathalyzers are notoriously fallible (http://www.duiblog.com): – 1 point
    Only time an officer lies is when there happens to be a video: – 1 point
    Thinking she has a chance in hell against clown suited thugs word: – 1 point

    TWEETING TO OBAMA ABOUT IT: PRICELESS

    Amanda wins!

  4. However, according to the Justice Department, he does have the ability to declare the officer a threat to the nation and have him summarily executed. After all, if arresting a starlet is not an act of terrorism in our celebrity-driven society, I do not know what is.

    Another voice added to the list, which includes General Clark and Labor Secretary Reich, indicating that a coup has taken place in the U.S.eh?

  5. Next thing you know, we will be hearing of people calling 911 because their McDonald’s french fries are cold…….oh wait……never mind.

  6. Perhaps another “beerfest” photo-op in the Rose Garden followed by a special tour of the White House?

  7. Several years ago I saw an great example of our “celebrity-driven society”. I was watching MSNBC for background noise as I did house duties. There was an an alert and went to a happening now news cast as the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff had resigned. Right after they announced the resignation there was another alert sound and a more important storry interrupted the one about the resignation. A helicopter shot of a sherriffs car driving along Beverly Hills or LA streets. The sherriff was on his way to arrest Paris Hilton at her home. There was maybe 15 mins or more of the sherriff driving along during which there was the repetitive story about his drive to pick her up as agreed by her lawyer and the sherriffs dept (maybe police dept) Finally he arrives and another 15 mins or so of the helicopter circling and more voice over of the important story and actual clips replaying the sherriffs drive to Hilton’s house She finally leaves the house and gets into the sherriffs car but the helicopter did’nt have a good view of her leaving the house. We did get to follow the cars progress to the jail. The Chairman was not mentioned again .

  8. MerryMarjie said, “Her use of ‘lease’ instead of ‘least’ in her Tweet sounds like drunk texting.”

    I thought she missed the “P” of “Please fire him.”

  9. “Bynes emerged as a star in the Nickelodeon show “All That,” and later movies.”
    *****

    She’s obviously confused the name of her TV show with her self image- no dear, you’re not really ‘all that’. :-)

  10. Somewhere in the Professor Turley’s article, the words “suspicion of” should have occurred. If not just a simple typographical oversight, then the need for lessons in constitutional law would appear as urgent among current and former professors of constitutional law as among young woman “celebrities.” When mere accusation becomes equivalent to guilt, then we have definitely entered the Wonderland realm of “sentence first, verdict later.”.

  11. Who on earth is this person and why is this newsworthy? She surely is not getting by on her looks if the photo accompanying is any indication. And, Not even PRESIDENT Obama.

    “What lottakatz said! This so-called actress needs to feel the rule of law, first hand.”

    Agree wholeheartedly!

  12. Michael Murry
    1, June 6, 2012 at 6:16 pm
    Somewhere in the Professor Turley’s article, the words “suspicion of” should have occurred.
    ——————— :)

  13. Must be a buddy of Lindsey Lohan, and she sees how the justice system has worked (not) for her.
    And Jo, that is the sad reality. The morning “news” shows used to have the news for at least the first hour, then the first half hour. Now watch any of the 3 and way too often some “celebrity” or another is on while Syria burns, the economy is still struggling, my president has done wonderful, and terrible things, about which we are rarel,y or only very tip of the iceberg, informed.
    (You also have to wonder about all these kids who seem to have learned from working in TV that they are ‘entitled’.)

  14. Um – wait a minute – was that clip Woosty put up something that has been on television? Was that the DUI actress, playing the role? Is this a TV program for kids? What IS THIS?

  15. Amanda Laura Bynes (born April 3, 1986)[1] is an American actress, singer, and fashion designer. Bynes appeared in several successful television series, such as All That and The Amanda Show, on Nickelodeon in the mid to late 1990s and early 2000s, and in 2002, she starred in the TV series, What I Like About You.:

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