Pro-Self Defense Sheriff Apologizes for "Embarrassing" Police Chief Testimony


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Old 03-07-2013, 01:27 AM   #1
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Default Pro-Self Defense Sheriff Apologizes for "Embarrassing" Police Chief Testimony

Ever wonder why police chiefs from big, crime ridden cities are always chosen to testify before the Senate about gun control while sheriffs are often ignored? Police chiefs are appointed. They simply serve as politicians and mouth pieces for their city councils and liberal mayors. This is the case in anti-self defense Philadelphia, Chicago, Washington D.C. Milwaukee etc. Sheriffs on the other hand are elected and represent the voices of the people they serve.

The Sheriff let the chief of police have it. Here is the rest of the story:
http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2013/03/06/proself-defense-sheriff-apologizes-for-embarrasing-police-chief-testimony-n1527089



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It's about time some of the big county sheriffs stood up.



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He's a good man. Well said.

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Good to see things like that.

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I like this guy I wish he was the sheriff in my county.

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That's right. Police chiefs are appointed, therefore more likely to parrot the political views of the person who appointed him/her. A sheriff is elected by the people, more likely to tell you the truth of how he/she feels.



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