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Blue Lives Matter Week at Legal Insurrection

Blue Lives Matter Week at Legal Insurrection

All the news you may have missed.

Our nation is in shock and mourning over Dallas.

Time to face some uncomfortable truths.

And ignore foolish partisans.

It seems like law and order is breaking down.

Everyone knows what’s happening.

The beatings will continue until morale improves.

At least we have Branco cartoons.


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Blue lives do not matter. Black lives do not matter. Human lives matter. End the abortion fields.

I think a solution would be to get the Police out of their cars for half the day, get them to walk a neighborhood beat, meet and know everybody… ( Hey, I am your Cop, my name is Bob… ) and re-inforce direct community contact.
Get them out there, get to know them.
As it is, they seem isolated. They live in their cars, all their buddies are Cops, and they are too far apart.
We need to hold them closer.

    rabidfox in reply to snowshooze. | July 10, 2016 at 4:15 pm

    Three problems:
    1) Not enough cops to do that effectively;
    2) Response time to get to a trouble situation increased because it takes longer to get anywhere on foot than it does in a wheeled vehicle;
    3) Setting up the beat cop to be a target.

What do you think I should do, Honey Bunny?
Tell him you’re licensed to carry, Baby.
Think he’ll believe me?
I doubt it. Police offices are not stupid, you know.
What then? What if he spots the gun on my lap?
Why shoot him of course, Baby.
But what if he shoots me first?
In that case, pray real hard that the gullible folks out there will buy the story I’m concocting. Now please shut up and let me think, Pumpkin. And how about you light me one of them Newports while your arm still works.

Based on the trajectory of the video and audio facts, both of these incidents will likely turn out to be good shoots, and the false narrative put to rest. Not that the media will go back to the families, or attorneys and demand an apology for setting Dallas on fire.