Narcing for Fun and Profit

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According to the DEA, people absolutely love working for the DEA (links added for irony):

DEA significantly exceeded ratings of other Government agencies in many measures of “Performance Culture,” including:
• employees feel personally empowered;
creativity and innovation are rewarded along with providing high-quality products and services;
promotions are based on merit;
• performance appraisals are a fair reflection of performance;
• poor performers are dealt with; and
• complaints and grievances are fairly resolved.

Heck I might enjoy working there too if I weren't so knowledgeable about drug policy. But it comes as no surprise that these folks enjoy waging war on their fellow citizens with no performance measures or accountability. In 34 years DEA has exhausted untold sums at our expense while failing to make a dent in America's drug problem.

…But at least they're having a really great time.

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The abuse my wife went through at the hands of the over-empowered drug cops, yesterday, is no less a "fine example" of the governent at work! The guys must have enjoyed threatening her with life in prison, while at the same time trying to get her to say it was someone else (me) who did it, and not her. They want a bigger fish to fry! Low lives! The all need psychiatric care! They love their power! I guess that is what it means by being "empowered". I see that as a psychiatric abnormality! They also made a lot of ignorant statements. These are, now, the guys in charge of patient care!

anonymus out of fear!

p.s. Is this not fascism?

What is NARCING???

What is NARCING???

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