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Author Name: Freerandy johnson 0 Comments
Date Added: November 06, 2010 07:11:03 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Criminals don't like cops but I do.
I give thanks to our boys in blue.
The police are here to protect and serve.
They have my respect and that's what they deserve.
The police put their lives on the line each and everyday.
They save us from criminals and we should say "Hooray!"
When we hear about a cop who gets killed, it's a big loss.
If there were no police, the world would be in chaos.
When you pass a police station, please remember that they're there to help you.
The police are heroes with great courage and that is certainly true.
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