Originally Posted by 4thIDvet
From a Law Enforcement perspective, if I can ask Sir?
I avoid anti Police threads like the plague.. Oh hell half my neighbors who are beer sipping brews with me, are either active or retired, we talk.. After work of-course..
One bad L.O. dose not reflect all. Period..
But. If you wish, how do you think this bill Feinstein wants to pass will work?
My feelings are, I pray for any young Officer who has too enforce her illegal laws.
Passing her incredible laws and enforcing them are two different worlds..
These kids are going too get hurt.. It will NOT work..
Whiten reason, what say you...??
One war was enough for me. I pray no more..
Agreed 4th. I don't endorse anything like that happening, but from a realist standpoint I am curious as to what would happen if ONE law abiding American got popped by the police during an attempted confiscation. Talk about martyr. That might be the straw that broke the camel's back. I don't know, but let's just hope the politicians remember who they work for and make the right decision regardless of the desire of some to pick and choose which rights they feel like supporting.
"What country can preserve its liberties if its rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance?" -Thomas Jefferson-
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