Thursday, August 02, 2012

Bloomberg's Plan- Police Strike

It's been a while since Bloomin' Bloomberg called for a nationwide police strike unless we "mundanes" agree to be violated with even more gun "laws".

He says:

I don't understand why the police officers across this country don't stand up collectively and say, 'We're going to go on strike. We're not going to protect you unless you, the public, through your legislature, do what's required to keep us safe.'

I'm in full support of that idea. With a couple of conditions.

Not only must the police go on strike with regards to providing "protection", but they also must stop their thieving for The State. No traffic enforcement. No DWI "checkpoints". No drug busts. Nothing. Sit home and eat donuts and pretend to be 15 year-old girls online. On your OWN time.

Your safety is your problem, not mine. My rights don't crumble in the face of your fear or your desire to go home at the end of your shift. If you are scared to be a cop among an armed population, then f'ing QUIT. Please! Make the strike permanent.

It will never happen, though. The truth of the matter is that cops can't afford to stop "servicing" the public or the public will realize what an unnecessary burden the Reavers really are. Without fear of "legal" assaults, they could carry their own defensive tools without risk. They would get a taste of liberty and they just might like it. Some of us already know we don't need you at all. It might only take a police strike to show the rest of the people the light.

That's a risk Bloomers and his minions- wherever they may run their scheme- can never permit to happen. His promise, as delightful as it is, is nothing but a blast of verbal flatus from a giant windbag. What a disgusting waste of meat.



  1. I supect people like Bloom are cowardly sissies,and think everyone else is too. I appologise to cowardly sissies for including bloom in your group.

  2. Let's say the 800,000 or so cops did quit. Maybe they all went fishing. How long would it be, before 80,000,000 gun owners took care of the crime problem. They would need to come back to work to clean up the bodies. There would be a definite change in the power structure if that happened. Since SCOTUS has ruled in multiple cases that they have no duty to protect anyone, just "the public at large" the people would see that they really serve no purpose except as revenue collectors.

  3. When I read Bloomberg's modest proposal, I had a moment's joy just imagining that the police UNDER HIS COMMAND did exactly that, and just stayed home.

    But no, sadly, he was just speaking in hyperbole. What a shame.