Monday, January 28, 2013

More Sheriffs speaking out

A growing number of American sheriffs are speaking out and telling the people the truth. Including the truth that the people do not have to sit passively and await becoming a victim. Including the truth that the people do not have to sit passively and surrender their rights to this imperialist presidency.

These sheriffs need to be embraced, supported and thanked for their truthfulness and their desire to truly uphold the principles of both their offices and the constitution.

 "Evil flourishes, when good men do nothing."Thank God some people are willing to stand up to evil.


Sheriff who urged residents to learn how to use firearms blasts mayor's 'Dirty Harry' criticism

A sheriff who urged Milwaukee-area residents in a radio ad to learn to handle firearms so they can defend themselves is dismissing pointed criticism from the city's mayor -- calling the mayor's response "weak" and telling Fox News "my job is to protect the public."
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. stirred controversy after releasing a 30-second radio ad saying budget cuts have hurt officers' ability to respond.
"With officers laid off and furloughed, simply calling 911 and waiting is no longer your best option," he said in the ad. "You can beg for mercy from a violent criminal, hide under the bed, or you can fight back. ... Consider taking a certified safety course in handling a firearm so you can defend yourself until we get there."
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett lashed out at the ad. His office said in a statement: "Apparently Sheriff David Clarke is auditioning for the next Dirty Harry movie."
Clarke, in an interview Monday with Fox News, brushed off the criticism.
"Personally I've never seen the Dirty Harry movie -- but if that's all the mayor can come up with, that's pretty weak," he said. "I think that what's going on in the city of Milwaukee on his watch is kind of, you know -- it looks like he doesn't have much to say, he doesn't have much to offer and that's okay.
"My job is to protect the public," he said.

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