I would like to obliterate the obscenity of political correctness yet once again by offering a huge Nuge thank you and SALUTE to Columbia, South Carolina, Senior Deputy Ben Fields. You know, that master of “improvise, adapt and overcome” good citizen cop all good Americans have come to admire and respect, who yanked the Spring Valley High School defiant brat out of her classroom desk and dragged her kicking and squealing like the disobedient punk she is.
As the liberal denial freaks recoil in feigned horror at such “unnecessary” violent disruption by the good officer Fields, I am proud to stand with the many millions of Americans who know damn well she had it coming, and clearly long overdue at that.
Here’s a basic principle of life for anybody with a soul: obey!
By all accounts, the brat, like so many undisciplined brats before her, simply refused to obey the rules, refused to obey the teacher, refused to obey the principal and refused to obey officer Fields.
By all these consistent indicators, how much do you want to bet she disobeyed her parents and every other authority figure her entire life, and got away with it?
Finally, somebody did the right thing and gave the poor child a dose of reality that will probably save her life, unless she is let off again. Political correctness still reigns supreme, and a guy that did the right thing has been fired. I still stand with Fields.
I am very proud of many things in my 67 clean and sober years of my American Dream, but none am I more proud of than my wonderful family, children and grandchildren.
They have all been properly disciplined in life, obey the rules, obey the law and respect all figures of authority. It is inconceivable that any of my children, grandchildren, or, for that matter, any member of the extended Nugent family would ever defy authority.
None of my family members would attack a neighborhood watch volunteer and end up getting shot and killed.
None of my children would steal anything from a store and then assault the shopkeeper.
None of my children would defy orders from a cop, assault him and attempt to steal his gun, then attack him and get shot in self-defense.
None of the Nugent family would sell illegal cigarettes then violently resist arrest.
None of my children would disobey a directive from a teacher or any school authority figure.
In every case I know of where cops have been wrongfully accused of using unnecessary force, the so-called victim has disobeyed simple commands, and therefore asked for the resulting use of necessary force to bring the situation under control.
But if you have been allowed to disrespect and ignore authority your entire, pathetic, unruly, undisciplined life, you have been tragically trained to be a troublemaker, and at some point you will hit a dead-end brick wall, and you will deserve it.
Obey and everything will go smoothly.
Obey and you won’t get beat.
Obey and you won’t get maced.
Obey and they won’t stun gun you.
Obey and you won’t get shot.
Obey and you won’t get ripped from your desk and put under control.
Act like an animal and you will end up being treated like an animal.
In this jacked up bizzarro world of undisciplined adults, where the government goons can spend like pigs with impunity, where the IRS can blatantly abuse its power, where the secretary of state can lie under oath, where the president sides with thugs, where illegal criminal invaders are welcomed, where the lie of “hands up don’t shoot” has a life of its own, where U.S. attorneys general and the president can run illegal guns to Mexican drug gangs, where no security is provided for American embassies in dangerous lands, where security is denied after being begged for time and time again, where the commander in chief can systematically weaken our military, where the commander in chief speaks in terms of “containment” instead of victory, where our military rules of engagement benefit our enemies, where four members of the U.S. Supreme Court can declare Americans have no basic individual right to keep and bear arms or possess the basic human right to self-defense, where murdered-baby body parts are sold for profit, where criminals and enemies are celebrated while U.S. heroes are vilified, I suppose a spoiled, undisciplined brat could be made out to be innocent while a good cop can be called a perpetrator.
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