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  1. Your solution is to control the cops instead of policing the criminals. They're trying your solution in Baltimore and Chicago and it's working as intended. NO cops means higher crime, but everyone stopped hearing about the police harassment problems. So now that the problem is solved, do we address the violent culture or accept it as conservative "red herring?" Do you feel there is nothing left to address if we keep the cops on a leash?
  2. Do we really have to deal with it? People seem to be more angry at Cops shooting criminals than letting criminals shoot each other. You don't see much media coverage (or protests) over the increased homicide rate in Chicago and Baltimore since the cops moved out.
  3. Is your solution wide-spread reduction in authority of law enforcement? No more guns. No more confiscation. No more criminal intervention? What do you see is the role of police; I'm curious to know.
  4. The root of the problem is that People are upset that cops are arresting criminals. The obvious solution is to keep them from interacting.
  5. What is the solution? Follow Baltimore, Chicago, St. Louis, London, Paris, and designate NO GO zones where the police are not welcome so there won't be any conflict?
  6. This statement should end all debate. It doesn't matter what anyone says, no one is going to change their minds.
  7. I repeat: Doing something stupid that might kill... might actually kill you.
  8. Most people know that doing something stupid that might get you killed... might actually kill you.
  9. The closer you live to your neighbor, the more likely it is you want to kick their @#%? I agree with that. AS far as degrees go, we could change that to people in crippling debt, vs those without. Educated vs Uneducated feels inaccurate, considering more than half of degrees offered are useless. Universities just keep adding specialized majors for each snowflake.
  10. There is only one reason why we still have two dollar bills...