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    It is extremely important that we elect constitutional sheriffs. In most states the sheriff is the only person with police powers who is elected by the voters and responsible to the voters. City police chiefs are appointed and responsible to the mayor and council. State police officers are even further removed from responsibility to voters and are usually responsible to the governor and attorney general. And state police organizations are usually the most militarized and most likely to be authoritarIan in their attitude and action. If we desire to maintain our liberty, we must exercise maximum control over the only elected individuals with police powers. We must start somewhere; and Washington is lost cause.

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  3. The Fox video certainly put some things in perspective. I have to agree the rifle muzzle was not safely managed. I hope he is more cautious in the future, and refrains from the profanity. The cop could have killed this kid. This is how being stupid with open carry results in tragedies. I'd be pissed-off too if someone swept me with any firearm, but the cop could have cooled the terrier mode a bit.
    I'm a firm believer in two term limits for all politicians; one in office, the other in prison.

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