Comment: It would be interesting to find out if this woman was

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It would be interesting to find out if this woman was

Ever a cop. When working in any type of enforcement dealing with the public this is how many officers over respond as they feel the badge earns them the right to instantly have your respect, while showing you none at all. You are not allowed to question, and if you do and get away with it once expect violence the second time. The lesson here is if you explain to people in a clam manner that it is your job to police photos taken at the mall and if the people do not leave, the local sheriffs dept. will be removing them. If they did not disperse, then law enforcement should have been called, but to assault someone for the crime of not obeying after being threatened with confiscation of private property, verbal attacks, and then an assault on another person will usually end up in violence. I would dare say that there were enough witnesses there not only to verify the bikers story, but would gladly go to court to testify on her behalf.

Society has not gone down the drain, only the idea that the population needs to be ruled over by overlords with a badge to tell us how we should live, while they are out confiscating and doing drugs, beating people, violating their oaths, and recently we see a top cop that has raped and assaulted several women that had only a year ago sat next to the first lady. The mob acted as expected, calm, cool, and collectively rejecting the ignorance of this security person who herself was drunk with power, and the pump knot to the head hangover should be a reminder to her not to attempt to hide behind a badge, for it will only protect you when there are 50 more with badges and guns ready to take your life for defending yourself.

The crowd was gleeful at the fact that when the woman was assaulted she defended herself, and did a fine job with nothing more than pump knots and bruises to show for it, where as the "civil" society where an officer was involved could have resulted easily in a loss of life under the same circumstances, which I would argue is much less civilized then the lesson learned on officer "respect my authoritie".

When officers behave as they do today it is a reflection of a government drunk on power, out of control, and flatly rejecting the oath to the constitution to firstly preserve our rights above all else. The problem is the police see the worst of the worst and associate anyone that disrespects them as the punk that beat his girlfriend.

Always remember:
"It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds." ~ Samuel Adams
If they hate us for our freedom, they must LOVE us now....

Stay IRATE, remain TIRELESS, an