Reply to: firstname.lastname@example.orgWhich supports our Complaint to the U.S. House for a thorough investigation and which dovetails with my assertion from this post:
Date: 2008-07-25, 2:23PM EDT
I believe Liko died for something he believed in and so did the cop. The difference is, much had been given to the cop. The cop had the badge, the gun, the cuffs, the color of authority, the training, the experience, the wisdom of the ages, the education, the counsel of his fellow officers, and he acted no differently than Liko that had none of that, who had the last clear opportunity to throw cold water on the fire, who had the obligation and responsibility to do so?
Kennedy said, "to you much has been given, from you much is expected", I say again, who failed?
PS: You're right, maybe Gandhi doesn't pull the trigger. Liko was no Gandhi as are neither of us.
But it shouldn't take the mental fortitude of Mahatma Gandhi to get your ass home when you have a 4-day inspection/registration sticker issue.
That's what I'm talking about.
By Christopher King, at 5:50 AM