"You might just as well name the legal firm you work for, regarding something, implying you are a lawyer."
Saying that I worked for the Feds, when I did work for the Feds, is the same as saying that I am a lawyer, when I'm not a lawyer? Really?
Actually, impersonating a lawyer is a criminal offense. I certainly will not be doing that.
"And calling someone "a jerk", for telling you it's bad advise to tell someone to run from the police when they are stopped by them."
I called you a jerk because you alleged that I was not telling the truth when I said that I had worked for the Feds. I would not call you a jerk for disagreeing with my advice to run if the police are behaving strangely. I believe that, on the issue of the police, reasonable people can disagree.
"Are you for real? Noone said anything about lieing. What you did was misrepresent yourself."
First of all, lying and misrepresenting are the same thing. Second of all, do you know how many Federal agencies there are? I worked for one of MANY agencies. It's not my fault that you read my post and assumed that I was Jack Bauer. Maybe you've been watching too many tv shows.
"By all means, if the police try to pull you over, and you are guilty, race away!"
I think you're trying to say,
"By all means, if the police try to pull you over, and you are NOT guilty, race away!"
And that's not what I said, actually. I said that, if the police are acting very strangely, you might want to flee. If the police have a good reason to stop you, they will tell you what it is. If the police are stopping you because they're bored and they want to go on a fishing expedition, it's not a good idea to stick around.
Let's use my Census work as an example. If I knock on a door, a woman answers, and I ask her, "How many people live in this house? Can you please give me their names?", that's normal, proper procedure. However, if I ask her, "How big are your breasts?", then she can reasonably assume that I may be a rapist, and she can flee or shut the door into my face.
Don't run from police ALL the time. Just be on alert for bad behavior. That's all.
PS: I'll bet that, if YOU were a Census worker, and YOU had to face an attack dog, you would probably defecate into your pants. :)