The Difference Between Doctors & Nurses and Police?

by Simon 19 Replies latest social current

  • Simon

    What is the difference between doctors & nurses, and police?

    Studies have estimated that medical errors cause 250,000 deaths per year in the US.

    Police only kill around a thousand people each year in total, with only a small number being unjustified or accidental.

    So the difference?

    Police are expected to be perfect and for all the hype, you're are far greater risk of being killed by someone in the health industry than by a cop. If you don't point guns at them or resist arrest, your chance of death-by-cop drops to practically zero.

    How come cops have to "Serve and Protect" and not be expected to ever make a mistake, and to be held accountable for those mistakes, when medical stall get to "Bury and Forget" and all that happens is compensation is paid?

  • minimus

    Well, Doctors are different, Simon. If a doctor kills you, it’s nearly impossible to prove in a court of law. There’s no videotape of the operation. No phone recordings like cops.

  • littlerockguy

    Nurses and doctors make more money too.

  • Biahi

    Good point, Simon.

  • truth_b_known

    No one argues with doctors and nurses.

    I have over 20 years in as a police officer. I have about had it. The sheer insanity the talking heads spew makes my head explode.


    Police are white???

    DD 🤔

  • pistolpete

    Police officer's starting salary should be at least 100k. Plus a million dollar life insurance policy for the family.

    Because they are risking their lives anytime they stop someone.

    And these days everyone hates them.

    And we know there are literally millions of crazy people who are ready to end a life.

  • redvip2000

    I've made point the point before that this is all about narrative.

    Imagine a world where Anderson Cooper gets on TV every night, and describes how another 100 people died today of medical malpractice. And perhaps it somehow affects blacks disproportionately compared to the percentage of population. And he will only mention those.

    He will give their names. Perhaps Tyrone died, he wanted to be basketball player, cue to the picture of him in a tuxedo from the prom, pulling at your heart strings. Go ahead and mention a list of other names, pictures, stories. White victims are conveniently left out. Tomorrow another 10 or 20. Night after night keeping the narrative fresh, with more sad stories , pictures.

    You can bet that in no time, hospitals would be burning, mobs would show up with pitch forks at doctors homes. Protests about doctors being racist.

    The media sets the temperature of the country, and the typical American idiot gladly gives up his critical thinking skills, as lets his brain get tuned into the narrative.

  • waton

    doctors and nurses treat patients, the police the most impatiens. often too gently.

  • LoveUniHateExams

    What is the difference between doctors & nurses, and police? - one difference is the narrative that is often spun around them.

    Doctors and nurses treat injuries, save lives and make sick people better, so they're 'nice'.

    The police have to enforced the law, sometimes using force, so they're 'fascists'.

    Although, the woke mob is also turning on the NHS over here. Apparently, black mothers are 5 times more likely to die in childbirth than white mothers. These stats are concerning but because there's a racial disparity, the anti-racists have already decided that there's 'institutional racism' in the NHS. Seriously, scientists (intelligent, educated people as opposed to retarded sjws), should investigate this.

    Of course, you get good and bad people in all walks of life - doctors, nurses, police, whatever.

    You also get bad or stupid citizens driving cars or walking the streets.

    Here's a reminder of what many cops have to deal with on a regular basis …

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