In regards to the manhunt for the bomber, this isn't the first manhunt for a dangerous individual. Why is the legality of the search all of a sudden an issue? It's happened before, and likely will happen again. Is it that we see our bill of rights being whitled away before our very eyes? A decade or more ago, we wouldn't have thought twice about cooperating with the police in this kind of manhunt. Now we seem to almost revile the police as much as the suspected terrorist. Why? This is not a bashing thread. Just casual observations. Least I be misunderstood, I do not in anyway want warfare in this country, for any reason. Are we growing weary of the encroachment of the government on our lives that we are seeing more people push back? I think making the job of the police officer harder than it is, a grave mistake. Though some seem to invite defiance by virtue of the attitude they foster. The "us Vs. them" chasim has grown much wider over the years.