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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Salty, Jul 19, 2016.
Sheriff David Clark was in uniform when he addressed the RNC?
Good, bad, indifferenet
He's the boss. It's his department. The people elected him. His decision.
A sheriff is a political office, so that's one of the few uniform wearing positions that gets a pass. Otherwise, it's mostly inappropriate.
I just dont like it -
lead by example?
Would Sheriff Clark have a problem if one his deputies wore his uniform to a pro-abortion rally and appeared in as an official spokesman?
I have noted in the past that his uniform is somewhat gaudy, but that qualifies for a big "so what" as well. He wears it every day. He's proud of it. More power to him.
But a deputy would not be the official spokesman. The Sheriff, and only the Sheriff, speaks for the Sheriff and the Sheriff's Department.