Saturday

I love a police state. (On the Lighter Side.)


As I watched yet another dirt bag work his way through the criminal justice system unscathed I starting thinking, maybe, communism is not such a bad idea. I have been a police officer for twelve years now and have toiled within a system that is stacked in favor of the criminal, not the accused, as it had been intended. As I watch my beloved country slip quietly into socialism at the hands of President Obama I can’t help but wonder what lies in store for the defenders of the state.

I’m guessing that the pay will still suck but the perks will increase exponentially. Look at the shinning examples of Utopian society held up by the media and liberal elites. You have Cuba, Venezuela, Iran, Palestine and the like. I’m thinking this could be good for a guy like me. No Miranda, no problem. No probable cause for a search warrant; who needs it. Unruly protesters congregating in a public place; nothing a little CS and rubber bullets won’t cure. Not guilty; not my problem. I think I could really get into the idea of a police state, hell it’s easy when you’re the police.

I am seriously considering becoming an Obama supporter. Please stack the Congress and Senate so that all of his legislation passes. Support him in every way you can and by proxy give me the right to take your rights. I will smile quietly on the sideline while you openly lament the loss of your freedoms. Just make sure you don’t cross me. Your right to a fair and speedy trial will have gone the way of disco music and along with it your right to keep and bear arms, your right to counsel, your freedom from unlawful search and seizure and that pesky right against self incrimination.

Hell the more I think about it the more I like it. I have been kept in check so long by these rules that protect the so called “innocent”, no more friends I will be freed from my shackles to dispense justice as I see fit. I will become Judge Dredd and Dirty Harry all rolled up into one. The beauty of justice unrestrained by rules, I love it!

I hope you will trust me when I say that I will be firm but fair and that I would never do anything to deny you your God given rights. Do you trust me that much or would you prefer that there was someone watching over me? Think about it for a while. There is still time to change the path were on but I’m hoping you will go along quietly into socialism.

12 comments:

  1. Police are already above the law. Pig

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  2. Ouch, geeze that hurt. Glad to see the fine art of sarcasm is not wasted on the ignorant.

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  3. You stupid fuck, the rights you think would be taken away were actually taken away under your hero Bush. Your too stupid to be an american, take these fucking flags down.

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  4. I love those who hide behind anonymous comments. I have not hidden who I am because I am not ashamed of what I have to say. I will not delete your profane rant because it serves to remind the rest of us of who you are. Thanks for taking the time to respond.

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  5. Anonymous i dont care if you agree or disagree with this blog but please a little bit of respect wont hurt anyone. And dont hide by posting as anonymous if you belive what you say you should leave your name.
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  6. Thanks Norman for standing up for civil discourse. I know we are on different ends of the political spectrum but I respect the fact that you and I can disagree respectfully. Thanks

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  7. What are the examples of the rights you anticipate being taken away under Obama?

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  8. You mentioned Obama's taking away a "right to a speedy trial." But it is Obama who is pushing to actually get trials for the detainees at Guantanamo Bay, while Bush let them languish.

    You mentioned Obama's taking away protection against unlawful search and seizure. But it is Obama who ended the warrantless eavesdropping on American citizens that Bush started.

    All the rights you list, with the exception of gun ownership, are already better protected under Obama administration than they were under Bush. And Obama's always said he believes that the second amendment protects an individual's right to bear arms.

    I honestly can't tell if this blog is satire? If so, it's first rate. I mean, listing "we kill our gays" Iran as an example of a liberal's idea of utopia is brilliant.

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  9. I can't seem to escape the Bush police here. I never mentioned George Bush in my post. I was not a fan of George Bush, I thought him too liberal on spending. I did not agree with his usurpation of citizens rights either. Because I disagree with Obama does not mean I agree with Bush. There are other places between Bush and Obama where normal people reside. Drop the partisan B.S. for a while and look at where Obama is taking us.

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  10. The problem I have with your post is that you clearly have no concept of what you are defining: Communism, Socialism, loss of freedoms? All of those are completely separate issues that may or may not happen dependent upon your government. Socialism and Communism (two VERY different economic policies) don't inherently destroy any freedoms beyond how much money you will make from your job. There is nothing that will inherently let the police do anything more then is currently done or not done.
    And on to your list of countries? Every single one of them have completely different problems, and only Cuba can be described as Communist. The Palestinians are not even remotely socialist, and nothing about Iran approaches anything done under Fidel. They all focus on cracking down on dissidents for other reasons.
    Now, you could wish for something like Nazi Germany and a Fuher or a tyranny and be more right. And yes, some of that does approach what is happening in Iran and several other countries. But you're looking for a dictator, not an economic issue.
    Or you can look to China, which is loosening economic ties to their "Communism," yet still trample any dissidents.
    I'd suggest you go look up your terms and learn more, but I think the fact that you clothe your patriotism in flags instead of actions tend to show more.
    Even though that sounds more mean spirited - I salute your service and honestly thank you for your efforts towards protecting us as a cop.

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  11. I am completely aware of the definition of each of those terms. For you to squabble over semantics only proves that you missed the point. No country or its populace intentionally gives up rights. They are quietly usurped. They agree that they lose their 4th amendment rights at the airport. The give up property rights by agreeing to taxation. They give up little pieces of their rights in the name of the greater good. Government is not benevolent. Show me any communist state where the police act on behalf of or for the good of the citizens. Show many any dictatorship, monarchy or theocracy where the rights of the people trump the rights of the government. I understand we are not there yet. But take a close look at the rights we are giving up without a fight. I have mentioned a couple and you can add to that the 2nd amendment one assault weapon, high capacity magazine and restricted zone at a time. This is how it starts. You disarm the populace and take away their right to dissent. Maybe I’m wrong and you know what; nobody wants me to be wrong more than I do.

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  12. "But it is Obama who is pushing to actually get trials for the detainees at Guantanamo Bay, while Bush let them languish."
    This comment by anonymous gives away his identity. He's obviously an anti-American, anti-Jew, anti-freedom Al Qaeda supporter.

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