So by name calling to make a point has nothing to do with emotion, yeah ok...It's an argument based on the common sense of a gnat, not emotional.
I saw that, and posted it anyway to show that you did include the qualifier. I guess my point with that part was that Obama wears these rubber bracelets all the time for different causes in his political career to align himself with what ever group he is addressing at the moment. So, do you consider that unprofessional as well?That's the quote, and the bolded part is the qualifier which you said didn't exist. Thanks for that.
Do the LEO's fulfill their obligation to the community by siding with the mob, or by standing by the law? Showing solidarity with their accused brother is not a commentary on their oath to uphold the law.You've come to a conclusion and it differs from that of the community, and your position is based on that conclusion. I don't think it's appropriate for police serving the community to broadcast their support of a conclusion while in uniform, on the job, serving the people who disagree quite strongly with them. Who should those officers serve - their fellow officer, wingnuts all across America or their community?
If you had some evidence that if charged that these officers do not plan to take their fellow officer into custody then you'd have a point, but wearing a stupid rubber band showing solidarity is not proof of that. What I see from the Fed's is that, Holder comes out and makes a statement all but promising that they will conduct an investigation to ensure the officer is named, tried, and convicted for murder. Not exactly telling the people that they will get to the facts now is it. And now you have them interfering with local uniform policy, why? Because it furthers the investigation? No. But because they are playing to the mob. Because they agree with the mob.That's a pretty surprising couple of sentences to string together. You believe the DoJ has taken a side, and then say based on that you don't expect a fair investigation from the Feds. But you're OK with the police officers taking a side, and despite them doing so, expect a fair investigation from them and the rest of the Ferguson law enforcement community. It's stunning you can't see the disconnect in your own statements, in the same post.
No, they don't have to do that to display their intent through actions, and requests.I'm not sure what you're referring to there. Have the FBI issued a biased report on an investigation that I somehow missed?