As I have told you numerous times in the past I am a Libertarian and would love to see sweeping changes made in this country but that is not even close to happening and one change cannot be made without numerous others. I understand that you are an idealist because I was as well when I was young but you cannot afford to be idealistic when practicality is called for. There are some bad cops but there are FAR more good ones. If you want to make the changes you propose you would need to raise the salary of police officers to a point that would increase your tax far more than it is now. In addition I don't believe you would see that many more applicants even if you stradled the public with the monumental tax increase your proposal would require.
WTF? I think you put a lot of words in my mouth.
I am quite capable of separating idealism and pragmatism from my opinions, however, I also understand the need for idealistic goals, based on pragmatic changes. A well defined philosophy is necessary to guide one in their actions.
I don't know what "proposal" that I've supposedly presented that you're talking about. I have advocated for abolition of the state, but that doesn't match up with what you are saying I said.