Right On! I'm with you Kathy. We should all be a little more
sensitive and empathetic during times such as these.Thank God,
nothing more serious happened. Mr. car5060, you are out of line here.
Imagine yourself in that house at that hour. What would you want your
friendly neighborhood police to do. Imagnine the mental anguish and
suffering the family members are going through now after this
tramatic accident, even though no one was physically hurt inside.
Stand in their shoes for a moment. They deserve our support and
understanding, not hyperbole from you.
4104 10th St. NE
--- In MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com, NewsDC1@a... wrote:
> In a message dated 11/21/05 8:56:33 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> > MPD does not get paid to save a house , they get paid to save
> > they did. You should get on your knees and pray to god a window
was lost, and
> > not your friends.
> Look, I'm not interested in getting into a pissing match with you,
> you are (I signed my initial e-mail message). I agree completely
that MPD is
> supposed to be in the business of protecting people -- which is why
> HAVE been concerned about whether anyone was inside a house that a
> was crashed into. Nobody thinks that the car could ignite, its gas
> explode and KILL anyone inside the home? Get real.
> --Kathy Sinzinger