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Even An Atrocity Does Not Justify Destroying The Bill Of Rights

lkemp Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 1:48 PM
they get paid but before assesing the situation they have to know just what their up against. Law enforcement is not a cruel joke and i believe they entered as soon as they could but they have to know what their up against.
nimh2 Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 2:56 PM
So they sit on their hands while innocents get slaughtered?? THEY HAVE THE GUNS AND THE BODY ARMOR and could easily have stopped the perpetrator.
Give me their equipment and I would have been in there in a flash . . . I guess today's "men" can't be bothered with taking "risks" to save others . . . I am glad I am not one of them . . .

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