try some beano
seriously, many of our police officers take the job because it offers then control over other people. I have read studies, and if you want I'll try and find a link.
Tell me the Dekalb cop that passed me 2 weeks ago - in the HOV (now HOT) lane - in a Dekalb marked car - in Gwinnett county - going north - in excess of 80 (I tried to catch up and get a video but I could not negatiate traffic without really exceding the limit) - was acting honorably.
The same is true for some members of the clergy (Paulk comes to mind). My personal experience backs this up. I knew an officer and part time preacher, nice guy on the surface, who had a brother wanted for theft by taking. Had a long criminal record. Seemed to run in the family. Cop/preacher would probably have been crook if not for the other jobs. Could not visit him mom, in case brother happened to be there, because he was OBLIGATED to arrest him on site...