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Letter from the editor responding to Occupy Boston defender

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  1. Letter from the editor responding to Occupy Boston defender…
  2. Dear Bil(L)?,
  3.  
  4. Thank you for your letter dated 5/18/12, and please accept
  5. my apologies for this late response, as I was sorting my
  6. sock drawer and counting toothpicks. I was overjoyed to hear
  7. that you were “horrified, disgusted and utterly confused”…
  8. with the things I said about Occupy Boston in the Jan/Feb
  9. issue of Pax Centurion. Hopefully, like all good occupiers,
  10. you also wrung your hands, cried, moaned and wailed about
  11. injustices of one sort or another. Feel free to organize a community
  12. meeting, bang some bongo drums, and invite me as
  13. your guest speaker. I’ll bring the tofu and brown rice. You
  14. start the line-dancing with the gray-haired Jamaica Plain and
  15. Cambridge aging hippies.
  16. Ahmmm, Bil(L) (I notice you spell your name with only
  17. one “L”- the correct and proper spelling –for men that is – is
  18. with two, but I shouldn’t jump to conclusions…), I was at
  19. Dewey Square, on numerous occasions, and on overtime,
  20. so thank you for that opportunity. It helps with the college
  21. tuition I have to pay for greedy college professors and the
  22. universities who employ them who raise tuition every year,
  23. reward themselves with pay raises, and then point their bony
  24. fingers at the taxpayers. (Now there’s something to protest
  25. about!) You say you “spoke with officers and got a lot of
  26. support”? Bil(L), let me let you in on a trade secret: they
  27. were bullshitting you. They were laughing at you while pretending
  28. to agree with your stupid group and the assembled
  29. morons from privileged backgrounds who took over public
  30. property and destroyed it. Ahhhm, Bil(L), I know you don’t
  31. understand the intricacies of police jargon, but sometimes
  32. the term “Have a nice day, sir”, means the exact opposite, if
  33. you get my drift. Bil(L), it’s called “good cop/bad cop”. They
  34. were playing good cop. I, on the other hand, am evil and bad
  35. and have big claws and fangs and write terrible things about
  36. suburban nitwits who want to relive the 1960’s, beat drums,
  37. feel good about themselves, and screw up traffic for people
  38. who actually work for a living.
  39. I find utter hypocrisy in nitwits/occupiers (how redundant)
  40. from privileged communities like Brookline, Wellesley,
  41. Newton and Dover holding cups of Starbuck’s latte while
  42. professing to have solidarity with the working man. The vast
  43. majority of “Occupiers” were either spoiled snots playing
  44. professional protester or actual bums who were there to take
  45. advantage of naïve nitwits. Personally, I give three cheers to
  46. the real bums. At least they knew what they were there for,
  47. and most of them got it…
  48. Bil(L), let me cut to the chase: you are a hypocrite and a
  49. fraud, as are all of your fellow “Occupiers”. I was provided
  50. with a wonderful photo of one of your fellow occupiers
  51. marching down our streets, befouling traffic for working
  52. people trying to get home, screeching about injustice of one
  53. kind or another. Then appeared another photo of the same
  54. person (“Muffy from Medfield”) as she engaged in equestrian
  55. activity, jumping expensive horses over expensive fences
  56. in tony Hamilton. I do not know if Muffy took some of the
  57. professional bums home to Mommy and Daddy’s house after
  58. Occupy Boston was shut down, (as I had hoped), but I suspect
  59. not… they’re still there, praying for Occupy Boston’s return.
  60. As they have told me, they never were fed so well, nor had
  61. so many liberal college girls showered “compassion” upon
  62. them, in one form or another… Ahem…
  63. Bil(L), I do not need nor want the support of people like
  64. you for any police union activity; you don’t support the police
  65. at all, never have, never will. We know that. And Bil(L), I’m
  66. not “getting squeezed by the 1%”, as you put it. I have been
  67. squeezed by your good friends and supporters, Tom Menino
  68. and Deval Patrick. We’re without a contract for two years
  69. (soon to be three) under Mayor Menino, and your friend,
  70. Governor Patrick, cut my pay by $7,000 and de-funded our
  71. collective bargaining agreement and state law (the Quinn bill).
  72. I did not hear any outrage from you or your fellow occupiers.
  73. Letter from the editor responding to Occupy Boston defender…
  74. Dear Bil(L)?,
  75. I assume that my confiscated money is now in the hands of
  76. some bum with an EBT card or an illegal alien getting free
  77. health care, but you’d know that better than me.
  78. And Bil(L), don’t lecture me about my “sacred duty”.
  79. You’re the people who don’t believe in anything sacred, so
  80. shutup. You’re the people who recently shouted down an
  81. organized, peaceful, permitted (didn’t get those, did we occupiers?)
  82. Tea Party rally on Boston Common when they tried
  83. to say a prayer and used vile invectives and vulgarities. (Geez,
  84. Bil(L), I thought we supported free speech? Just for you, not
  85. for others?) And this might amaze you, but guess what? The
  86. first amendment applies to us too! Yes, that’s right, Bil(L).
  87. We, the police, have rights too! Who would’a thunk it! Most
  88. police officers have to remain quiet because of our positions,
  89. but I have the luxury of speaking on behalf of what 99% of
  90. police officers really think about you and your occupiers. (I
  91. guess that makes me a “1%’er”?)
  92. Bil(L), the great writer and political commentator P.J.
  93. O’Rourke was quoted as saying “ At the core of liberalism
  94. is the spoiled child—miserable, as all spoiled children are,
  95. unsatisfied, demanding, ill-disciplined, despotic and useless.
  96. Liberalism is a philosophy of sniveling brats.” There could be
  97. no truer words written. Bil(L), why don’t you and your fellow
  98. occupiers go find a sandbox in Brookline or Newton, where
  99. you can protest injustices, stamp your feet, scream and yell,
  100. and then go home to Mommy and Daddy and eat quiche, brie
  101. and have a good long slug of Chardonnay? Leave working
  102. people who are trying to navigate their way home through
  103. heavy traffic alone, and stop tying up police resources with
  104. your childish stupidity.
  105. Finally, Bil(L), I noticed that you identified yourself as a
  106. teacher. AHA! No wonder the country is filled with so many
  107. young idiots who don’t know history, geography, math or
  108. classical literature, but can sing North Korean-style songs
  109. praising Obama! (“Barack Hussein Obama, Mmm..Mmm..
  110. Mmm.” Check it out on your primary source of information
  111. Bil(L) – Youtube – New Jersey primary school). Perhaps,
  112. Bil(L), if you spent less time at Occupy Boston and more
  113. time instructing students in how to think critically, we might
  114. actually have students who can find Europe on a map. Then
  115. again, too many liberals like yourself indoctrinate students,
  116. rather than teach matters of substance. Liberals act on emotion
  117. and feelings, conservatives use logic and reason.
  118. Finally Bil(L), I don’t need Supt. Evans to “vouch for
  119. [your] integrity”. I know Supt. Evans very well. Do not
  120. “name-drop” in your final sentence and think that that either
  121. impresses or threatens me. And unfortunately, Bil(L), I don’t
  122. have the time for you to “come down and talk to [me]”. Who
  123. do you think I am, one of your stupid students you can lecture
  124. to? Unlike you, I don’t have the summer, nights, weekends,
  125. holidays, Christmas, February and April vacations off to listen
  126. to you nitwits beat drums, hold hands, eat brown rice, perform
  127. line dances and whine about social injustice.
  128. So, Mr. Bil(L) Lewis, citizen of the Commonwealth of
  129. Massachusetts, in closing…
  130. “Have a nice day, sir.”
  131. – James W. Carnell, Editor, Pax Centurion
  132. (also a taxpayer and veteran police officer
  133. striving to be part of the “1%” and hoping to retire
  134. soon and flee the People’s Republic of Massachusetts)
  135.  
  136.  
  137. (P.S.- Your letter will be reprinted in this month’s issue of
  138. the Pax. Please feel free to write again when you have less
  139. time on your hands. Also, you may use this response in your
  140. class to explain to your students the definition of an “ad
  141. hominen” attack. Oh, geez, that’s Latin, isn’t it?)
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