Small Dead Animals notices something interesting: the crime stats in Sheriff Dipstick’s county, as compared to Sheriff Arpaio’s county, are appalling. Appalling that is, assuming you’re a law abiding citizen and not a criminal. If you’re a criminal, they’re pretty darn good.
My only question is whether the lousy sheriff caused the bad stats, or whether the community is a loopy loo liberal land that would naturally elect someone who couldn’t be tough on crime if his life depended on it. I.e.: bad sheriff or bad voters?