Out of curiosity, what purpose would this serve? Do you think the police would behave better if they thought a mob might show up at their homes if a video appears that shows totally inappropriate behavior like this video? Termination, like what happened to the cops that did the pepper spraying at UC Davis, might be the best way to deal with bad behavior.
So they should collect our tax dollars and assault citizens without public scrutiny? When a citizen is arrested...let alone convicted, their identity is plastered all over the news. A cop does it and goes home and kisses his wife and waves at his neighbors like he's one of us? Please.
Maybe if these guys knew that a beating was coming back to them they wouldn't be so quick to throw them out ya think?
Agreed. Every government agent who does this should know that they're going to get paid back for it. And if the politicians who hired them won't do that, then somebody anonymous and capable of getting the job done needs to.
October 11, 2012 at 3:55am
Maybe she’s prefer “Societal Burden” instead.
October 7, 2012 at 5:59am
Remember when Billy Crystal was funny? Yeah, neither do I.
October 6, 2012 at 1:36am
Another example of these savages attacking even those that try to help them.
October 3, 2012 at 3:50am
MSM: From Government watchdog to Government Lapdog.
September 28, 2012 at 2:53am
Rmember in History when you had to own land to vote? maybe there should at least be a competency test.
I am a firm believer that not everyone should vote. Definitely a sort of competency test or current affairs test should be implemented. However, politicians do not want "competent" voters, they want dumb, complacent, uninformed, voters.
You are so correct. There should be some type of litmus test. These elections, all elections for that matter are too important to have the un-informed vote. Some people just should not vote or have the right to vote. Wait, isn't that about 70% of the dem party??.
September 25, 2012 at 9:12am
I’m impressed. That Ipod is one well constructed piece of technology.
September 24, 2012 at 9:35am
“If Ahmadinejad (pronounced: I’m a dinner jacket)”
Ah, I see the Post is now stealing from Harry Shearer, who made that joke nearly 5 years ago.
September 24, 2012 at 9:28am
What, you give no credit to the Opie and Anthony show for whom, the interviewer, Sam Roberts works for?
Now is a good time to sell. Trust me, now is the time. And remember the words of the smartest investors of all time:
1. Buy on bad news, sell on good news.
2. Greedy little pigs get slaughtered.
The cheaper screens they've been using is reminiscent of the path Dell took. The engineers are no longer making the decisions, the business folks are now. This isn't going unnoticed by many of the fan boys, it's a sign the Apple mystique is wearing off. It's a good time to sell, just saying. Good luck.
August 27, 2012 at 9:11am
“That’s Racing”. –Dale Earnhardt
August 27, 2012 at 9:09am
“We are the 99 percent” No hell you aren’t! you’re the 53% that don’t pay any taxes and have to be carried by people like me!
Amen Mofo, amen. If they did represent 99% of this country, we would be begging for a bailout from Greece!
So, 53% of Americans don't pay any taxes. Is that what you're saying?
WANGO: Yup, I checked. It's in English too. Pretty sure that's what he's saying.
THE CLUELESS CREW...First, get your whines right. YOU are the 53%, remember? You had that little campaign that was going to change everything . . ."We are the 53%!"
Now, to the 47% you actually meant (you're welcome) who pay no Federal income tax - they pay plenty of other taxes - sales taxes, excise taxes, property taxes, payroll taxes or state income taxes. Who are these deadbeats? The vast majority are young people, families living under the poverty thresh hold ($20K for a family of four), the sick, and old people on fixed incomes (like Paul Ryan's mother). And don't forget wealthy taxpayers who escape income taxes through itemized deductions, preferential treatment for capital gains and dividends, education tax credits and other specialized tax breaks.
This is usually where some equally misinformed conservative chimes in with "5% of the households in the U.S. pay 60% of the taxes! Waaaaa!' Well, that same 5% of the households in the U.S. held 63% of the wealth.
Don't expect me to do all your thinking for you fellas. You gotta grow up some day, Might was well start today.
August 26, 2012 at 1:05am
Oh wahhh! Another “LOK AT ME LOOK AT ME” attention whore. Sheesh