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Re: “Who's watching the cops?

Raveena - Thank you very much. You appreciation is very appreciated

Moodywoman - I'm tired of parenting your child and attempting to fix 20+ years of your bad parenting choices.

tsjetski1200 - You are right, while down on the set, showing any signs of weakness is fatal, and it is understandable that everybody, including Police Officers, have bad days. But situational awareness is important and you have to think in the context of, "How would I want my wife/kids/parents to be treated and spoken to when they are pulled over or asked an Officer a question?"

brentf777 - Don't you ever complain the next time you have people speeding through your neighborhood when your kids are walking to the bus stop or when somebody blows a stop sign and t-bones your car. Until you put on a uniform that makes you a target for every gang-banger-wanna-be and armed felon and have to go to a stranger's house in the middle of the night because he's drunk and beating on his wife for the fifth time this week and wants to come at you with a knife and fight you because you're trying to protect an innocent and he's not wanting to go to jail again, you can take that "armed tax collector" mess and shove it up your backside.

Posted by ChapelHillNative on 11/24/2009 at 6:36 AM

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