> As the police chief of Philly says: no one needs know our business
Philadelphia does not have a "Police Chief", they have a Police
Commissioner and several Deputy Commissioners.
If you listened to the whole comment, he was commenting on an incident
where New York City Police Officers were "set-up" by a group of
individuals using scanners. Final tally, two officers killed, several
> in summation.
> Is this not where the Liberty Bell resides.
> Is this not where all those famous papers were signed?
> is this not the birthplace of our democracy?
> Is this not the place where an open government is a good government?
The "birthplace" of Democracy is a dump, that is why citizens and
businesses are leaving the city in droves!
The "famous papers" were drafted by thieves and criminal outcasts from
England. That is probably why Philadelphia is such a popular cesspool
for that type.
> I wonder what the police chief got in High School in History?
> Sounds like
> he's a high school graduate.
If you are talking about the Police Commissioner, he has a Masters
Degree in Criminal Justice and another Masters Degree in Business
Administration. Besides being one of the highest decorated police
officers in the New York City Police Department before coming to
Philadelphia, during his first week here he single handily apprehended a
"Most Wanted" strongarm robbery suspect by himself in Rittenhouse Square
after the creep robbed and ***ed an elderly female. When offered a
Medal of Valor for that incident, he told the Mayor to present it to the
two patrol officers who responded to the call initially, he stated,
"They are the guys who deserve it most!"
> ...and then asking the citizens to pay for their being unable to
They don't have to pay, they can leave like the thousands before them.
Quote:> only in cuba, vietnam, china, USA.
Yes, the USA is great company to be in...
> this puts us in great company.
> dat surfin haole
> as i see it