posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:43 PM
To anyone saying it's just a dog, it's a living being and the cop wasn't right to do what he did. So I see nothing wrong with loving a faithful,
little furry companion who never meant any harm. This could go into another debate about the moral of animals, but I won't go there. But it's still
sickening and so sad to see these cops abuse their power time and time again. Now, I know all of them aren't bad, but like a stereotype, when the
majority of that group does those things, it's like they represent the group as a whole and we begin to think they all are like that. If one has
power, they will abuse it, just like our government, and it's no surprise that it's basically the same thing in a nutshell. Maybe they think they
can do whatever they want, or that they're a sob story of being bullied in school, or perhaps just cold murderers. But again, it's not right, and
I'm angry at this. Especially when I have to witness it before my eyes on camera.
So if you don't care about the value of another's life, just because it isn't human, well you still don't see the fact that they're abusing their
power and have done the same to little children...
Oh, and of COURSE they will be protected by it. Because apparently everything a cop does is right and just. Only in America, right? Not necessarily,
but it's still the epicenter of all things corrupted, and my limits have been pushed to the point of not wanting to live here anymore. That won't
exactly stop everything of course, but I think you get what I mean.
[edit on 18-5-2010 by Antigen Shift]