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If you allow government crimes to go unreported ...

 
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10/17/2014 09:03 AM
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If you allow government crimes to go unreported ...
You are guilty of creating the military industrial complex of which Eisenhower warned us!!!!

This includes cops parked in the woods for instance.

This includes cops pulling guns on people (assault with a deadly weapon)or spending by you without their sirens going (again assault with a deadly weapon and/or reckless endangerment) or using their weapons when not first fired upon. Not feeling threatened but actually fired upon.

Bribes being accepted by anyone.

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They are out of control if we do not assemble bearing our arms often for each incident we are failing our country!!!
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10/17/2014 09:16 AM
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Re: If you allow government crimes to go unreported ...
I can see that you're highly idealistic, but here's how it works in real world:

-Mess with the cops by reporting their "parking crimes" and they'll return the favor by harassing you in the future. Get ready to be stopped often while driving, taken in for interviews whenever something happens in the neighbourhood, and so on.

-Mess with the doctors by complaining about malpractice or rude behavior and they will collectively return the favor when you need them. The nurses will be in it, too. You'll have hard time booking an appointment, papers get lost, prescriptions get denied, needlework becomes unusually painful and so on.

-Mess with the government bureaucrats and you're in for a nasty surprise the next time to apply for something, register something or need copies of documents.

In other words, while they may be formally breaking the law, they'll rarely if ever have to face consequences. It's institutional and designed to keep the system functioning. The officials and courts will also see it this way. "If we let everybody with a minor issue to sue them and win, they wouldn't get any work done and that doesn't serve the public interest". This perceived public interest outweighs any minor infarctions of the rules and regulations.

If you want to push this kind of agenda, you're free to do so. However, you won't get any results and your life will just become more difficult. So, if you're ready for such martyrdom, go ahead. I won't. I don't care if they use Microsoft exclusively or fudge deals. I won't complicate my life just for an ideal.





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