To collect and shirk…

That is collect their tax-funded salaries and shirk the obligation to protect:

first-hand examples of local cops shamelessly shirking their responsibilities…”

“It’s only a matter of time until somebody is injured in a drunken brawl while the cops stand by…”

“My friend was bothered most by the fact that although both the cop and the other driver spoke fluent English, they carried on the conversation in Spanish, evidently to prevent his being privy to it.”

“The maintenance of law and order is critical to society, and “equal protection under the laws” is guaranteed to us by the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.”

“…some cops need to be reminded that they were sworn to “protect and serve” more than their pensions and the creases in their uniform trousers.”

More evidence that as long as government enjoys a monopoly on the provision of protection services, “The price of justice will rise and its quality will fall.”

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About The Jade(d) Warrior

Decades of walking the path of the warrior in service to noble ideals leaves one, well...jaded.
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