The police in perhaps the most liberal city in America have now demonstrated they are a wholly owned subsidiary of Apple Corporation. Awhile back, some nimrod who works for Apple took a prototype iPhone to a bar to show off. He got so drunk or was so busy getting blown that he left the prototype behind. Someone else made off with it.
Apple, being the evil geniuses they are, had planted a tracking device in their top secret doohickey and they followed its tweeps to a house in San Francisco. This is where the cops come in.
A retired cop who now works for Apple persuaded some of his cop buddies to stand guard outside the house while he and another dick who works for Apple searched it. They even tried to intimidate the family, who happen to be Hispanic, by asking if anyone in the house was here illegally. Badges were flashed but it's not clear who flashed them.
Allegedly, the missing phone was sold on Craig's List.
Not only have corporations taken over the federal government, now they're running the cities too and invading our homes.
Oh, and just in case that's not enough proof that corporations own us, let's take a look at Standard and Poors. They're the credit rating agency that downgraded the US from AAA to AA. But they're still rating subprime mortgage securities AAA. You remember subprime mortgages, right? Those are the little darlings that played a major role in destroying the world economy three years ago. S&P is one of the little darlings who aided and abetted them back then. Corporations and their gluttonous CEOs get richer while the rest of us sit around doing this.
What does the future hold for average, everyday Americans? Picture Ned Beatty crawling around the woods in Deliverance.
Now let's you just drop them pants and squeal like a piggy.