shepherd100's comment history

shepherd100 said...

Ya know what, piss on cops and piss on all of you who like a cop. They are corrupt, poor individuals who are given too much power and do not know how to exercise it properly

December 14, 2010 at 7:35 p.m.
shepherd100 said...

I would love to see our criminal justice system get harder on criminals. Especially violent ones and ones that involve drugs. We pat em on the back. GIve em a room, free meals, free health care, etc and then let em back out in society to do it all over again. I say we need to execute every violent criminal in this sorry country or at the very least give em life in prison in solitary confinement. No outside and 1 meal a day. You would see the streets of America start to clean up really GD quickly i gurantee you that. Get touch America. Start by Getting rid of ACLU.

December 14, 2010 at 5:08 p.m.
shepherd100 said...

Hey i have a piece of advice for you inmates. Stop breaking the law. DUHHHH. I dont fell a bit sorry for any of you trashy creeps. How about behaving. My goodness. Is this not common sense. Geez

December 14, 2010 at 4:49 p.m.
shepherd100 said...

The biggest gripe i have against the cameras is this. If cameras are gonna be put up everywhere then layoff some cops. We dont need our taxes paying for both the cameras and cops. Cops dont do near enough to prevent crime. A big talk was started when the cameras were first talked about. It was how cameras would free cops to do more work against preventing real crime like robberies, burglaries, rape, murder ect. Well it didnt. So get rid of the cameras or the cops. We dont need both. The cameras arent that big a deal really but we dont need both. So choke on that. I hate politicians.

December 14, 2010 at 4:43 p.m.
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