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westriver Wrote: Dec 23, 2014 11:02 AM
You are comparing two totally different forms of policing. I tend to agree with you about over-swatting and up armored vehicles to raid a suspected marijuana dealer's house, but these incidents on the street have nothing to do with the militarization of the local police.
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westriver Wrote: Dec 23, 2014 10:58 AM
The media is trying to fend for De Blasio by emphasizing that ALL NYC Mayors have had problems dealing with their police departments and especially their union leadership. This discord has nothing to do with the typical conflict about wage and benefits bargaining, yet that is what I just read in a Politico article and i heard it last night on Kelley's File on Fox from a dimowit commentator. Don't think it will work this time, because they are comparing apples and oranges and just hoping that we, the public, are stupider than they think we are.
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westriver Wrote: Dec 23, 2014 10:50 AM
Exactly. But, until our own government is forced to stop dividing us with their data farming and race/ethnicity questions on every government form, this cannot happen. Big government finds it easier to control the divided populous than a cohesive one.
Bull chit.
I read earlier where he received 73 percent of the vote. Are New Yoikers that stupid? I certainly don't think of them as being naive as they are "city" folk.
I read earlier where he received 73 percent of the vote. Are New Yoikers that stupid? I certainly don't think of them as being naive as they are "city" folk.
I think it is bull chit to say the war in Iraq was not a success when at one time, at the end of Bush's presidency, a viable on the ground political situation was established. Obama then came in and decided to remove all of the troops in exact opposition to what his own Pentagon was telling him to do. He wanted credit for ending Bush's war and he did not give a damn about the possible consequences of leaving a total military leadership vacuum. Additionally, he did nothing to stop or threaten Maliki for removing all Sunnis from the national government civilian and military workforce. All of the real experienced leadership had been Sunni under Saddam's regime and so Malik just reverses it with inexperienced Shiite leadership and workers. Obama allowed the Iraq victory to erode to where the country is today. It did not have to happen, but I think this is the result Obama really wanted, just like he really wants the present turmoil in the black communities in our country today.
Well, there is a simple solution that has been adopted in France, I believe. The local police just do not "police" the muslim ghettos. They are not even allowed to go in the areas.
Are Holder and his gestapo civil rights police still investigating the Ferguson case? I haven't seen or heard anything showing that they have finished their investigation.
Of course the "movement" leadership will say they have no responsibility for any anti-police activity from the bleeding heart, leftist hate crowd. Alfred E. Neuman comes to mind with the "Who me" picture. The negative, yes, negative leadership coming from our dimorat politicians is abhorrent and their stoking the flames is finally coming to fruition for them. Senator Feinstein and her dimorat cohorts have created this same atmosphere endangering military and civilian government employees with their biased, unnecessary, one sided, ancient history lesson cobbled together with $40 million tax dollars, report.
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