Women Love the Police State and Tasers, Too

Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Posted in category police state

This is surreal. Is this show really on TV? A bunch of tough-guy, hardass women who all want to be “one of the guys” and rough up citizens thanks to the privilege of their plastic badges. One dame says,¬†”There’s always a good time to use a taser.” Wow – real tough lady, ain’t she? Look at the end of the video when the four women stand there and pose: two have their arms crossed looking real fearsome tough, the one on the front left adopts the bodybuilders flinty pose with arms out, and the one on the right front puts her hand on her gun. Ohhh scary! The one on the right, in the rear, takes the bully, “I’m-gonna-kick-yer-butt” pose. They all have¬†furrowed brows, dagger eyes, and a real rigid stance. These bitches are nauseating. This is another wretched example of a warped, uncivilized American culture, and it is a far cry from the feminine and heroic Wonder Woman.

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9 Responses to Women Love the Police State and Tasers, Too

  1. Steve Haag says:

    August 12th, 2009 at 9:14 am

    Yeah – it really caught my eye the first time I saw the female cop say ‘it’s always a good time to use the taser’. The unfortunate thing is that most of the boobs watching that commercial see nothing wrong with that.

  2. Mark says:

    August 12th, 2009 at 1:03 pm

    What’s the deal with cops and their taser fetish?

    Those who will watch this program are the same people that get fired up when they see military men and women in their uniforms. They view these tax feeders as shining examples of tough and dedicated people who get to have fun blowing things up. To me the truly tough individuals are entrepreneurs that take risks to build something that will have a positive impact. Surprisingly the show is on TLC and not Spike TV.

  3. miles says:

    August 12th, 2009 at 3:26 pm

    Karen,

    A friend of mine is dating a female police officer. He told me that she definitely has some authority issues. She threatened to “take some guy to jail right now” at a concert because the guy simply stood in front of them. My friend openly asked her about her authority to do that, as she was not in her uniform and wasn’t wearing her badge. He didn’t get a straight answer. He told me that she is cute, but she attempts to boss other people around when they are out with an “air of authority”. I told him that to my knowledge, when off-shift, she is just another citizen, not a citizen-judge, and has no authority whatsoever. I dont think a marriage is imminent here as he is having second thoughts, but her attitude is revealing. No wonder so many cops get arrrested for domestic battery and have a high divorce/sucide rates. When you give someone too much legal discretion over the rest of humanity at work, they can’t deal with others when that is taken away (right after the end of their shift, every day).

    Post scriptum: The less safe we make America with wide-open immigration, the more willing the populace is going to be to accept a de facto police state, just so that they can feel safe. Its a shame, but its the truth.

  4. Richard Laplante says:

    August 12th, 2009 at 7:32 pm

    The attitude and the demeanor is no more attractive on females than it is in males. Miles is right when he says that the people are accepting of this and it reminds me of the Cambridge cop who arrested the Harvard Professor a few weeks ago for ‘disorderly conduct’ (subsequently dropped charges).

    I don’t know what happened there, but I have seen cops arrest people by baiting them into an act that could be construed as violative of a statute more than once. It seems to happen when a citizen questions the authority of the cop and especially if the cop is embarased by it.
    This is no more lawful than asault but they get away with it because the people are too sheepish to fight back (well, some of them are :)

    dangerous dames, crude and repulsive…
    good candidates for a ‘sting’.

  5. Bruce says:

    August 12th, 2009 at 9:04 pm

    I think a lot of female cops feel the need to overcompensate in that very male “tough guy” environment. I knew a cop who left police work and opened a retail store. He had a lot of problems dealing with customers and suppliers. …short fuse kind of guy. Could not handle disagreements (which happen all the time) and ended up losing everything due to his poor management. …best part was one time a customer called the cops saying he (the former cop) threatened him!.. Ha!

  6. John says:

    August 13th, 2009 at 2:10 am

    “There’s always a good time to use a taser.”, eh? I like “There’s always a good time for a civil lawsuit” a bit better. Or how about “There’s always a good time for a(nother) long-term suspension without pay pending an internal affairs investigation”? Well, I can dream anyway.

  7. Sal says:

    August 13th, 2009 at 2:06 pm

    Of course its on TLC….These damsels of dominance can make appearances at elementary schools, demonstrating to young girls how cool it is to wear a uniform and bark orders like ‘shut your mouth!, get on the ground!, or ‘do not move, do you understand?’ They can preach about serving your community, sacrifice, and a rewarding career. Next thing ya know there will be cop girl Halloween costumes, and the girls can pretend tase those who step out of line. Of course its so cute and harmless because you’ve got a 50′s tune by Teresa Brewer as your theme song…..Violent coercion by a Sweet Old Fashioned Girl…..

  8. Tony S says:

    August 13th, 2009 at 4:31 pm

    Have you seen this video of a cop tasering a mother with two kids in her minivan? She questioned the charges against her — which were dismissed in court. An article is there within the link: http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2009/08/mom_in_minivan_tasered_in_traf.html link:

  9. Sharie says:

    August 25th, 2009 at 11:12 am

    Granted, there will always be those who take authority too far with no thought of their actions, be it male or female, no matter what the occupation or walk of life. When they do, they deserve whatever repremand is required;lose of pay, loss of job, or even jail itself. But to put someone down just because their acting tough is over the top. There are degrees to everything and perspective is individual.

    Law enforcement itself should demand authority and respect. With what they have to deal with and be prepared for on a day to day basis takes a special personality. I’m not justfying poor judgement, but don’t lump all officers together just because of a few power hungry idiots.

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