Saturday, June 20, 2015

Scummy sheriffs

A lot of supposed liberty lovers hate cops, but support the office of sheriff. I suppose if you could find a sheriff who actually respected Rightful Liberty and stood as a guard between his bosses (you) and the bad guys who seek to violate you (freelance and professional politicians) a sheriff might be OK.


I have never lived in a place with a halfway decent sheriff. And I have lived lots of places. All the sheriffs I have had the misfortune of being around were all communistic control freaks; most were "conservative".

In an "open carry" state I was threatened by the sheriff that if he ever caught me out of my house with a gun- unless I had a permit or hunting license- he would arrest me. In violation of "state law". Obviously I ignored his threats.

In another state the sheriff refused to even consider my request for a permit to sell black powder. He wouldn't even speak to me about it or acknowledge my request. Yeah, asking for permission is slave behavior, but you know the drill, especially when suppliers demand proof you got permission.

Another place I lived had a sheriff who threw a tantrum when he didn't get his way and handcuffed some of his victims to a fence until the politicians gave in to his demands. He was celebrated as being "tough on crime".

And here, the sheriff will arrest people for "illegal weapons" and drugs at the drop of a hat, and opposes any change in the "laws" that empower him to do so, and doesn't even acknowledge that he is a bully for doing so.

They are all scum.



  1. Your choice of examples and expressions is excellent.

  2. Hi Kent! Don't hold back. Tell us how you really feel. :) I have seen good and bad sheriffs. The Gilpan County SD actually let me teach a Conceal Carry class in the Sherriff's Office building (good). And, at one time, the Denver County Sherriff 'required' a $1,000 donation to his reelection fund to get a Conceal Carry permit (very bad). JJ Swiontek, Denver

    1. I think good sheriffs might be as elusive as sasquatch- which I've also never seen for myself. LOL