Yes, this article is my opinion. I'm not afraid to express it.
I'm hating on Amazon right now.
When I first saw this, I thought this was a joke. A really bad joke.
No joke, though. It's just really, really bad.
Amazon is actually selling "Blue Lives Murder" merchandise. That's Blue Lives MURDER, not matter.
Suck it, Amazon!
Yes, it's a free country and you can now say and do anything (apparently) that you want.
But, Amazon, if you're going to sell merchandise that ENCOURAGES the running down of police officers, I'm going to use my freedom of speech and say "SUCK IT AMAZON!"
Yes, there are some bad police officers out there - just like they are bad garbageman, bad lawyers, bad radio hosts, bad zoo keepers, and bad diner cashiers. But, it's not ALL. It's never been all.
Why, Amazon are you helping stir things up? Do you need to make this sale? Really?
I have the utmost respect for our men and women in blue. Most police officers are hard-working heroes. They should not be disrespected like this. Not as a whole.
Would people be OK with the widespread running down of other professions? I think not.
Come on Amazon! Time to show respect. Take it down! Stop selling this crap.
What do you think? Agree, disagree? Am I over-reacting?
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