Bullying?

Author:Ken Wolf

How ironic that the author of this letter to the editor uses the exact same tactics she finds so deplorable.
http://www.whidbeynewstimes.com/opinion/letters/229561581.html

What is not surprising is DemonRats are now clinging to their “I’m a victim” status, and crying like little schoolgirls because they “feel” they are being bullied. What is not surprising is that these same DemonRats have been “bullying” for years using their own websites and comments online.

Whidbey fish wrappers even get into the act through their editorials and “news” articles. DemonRats and Whidbey fish wrappers have done an excellent job bashing Kelly Emerson and her husband Ken for years over a wetland that does not exist. Let’s not forget the recent editorial “bullying” Keven R. Graves did against Chelle Brunke and Bill Burnett.

DemonRats do not like www.islandpolitics.org because some of the articles expose their stupidity, and their agenda therefore; it is not surprising that they call this website a hate website or a bullying website. Poor DemonRats can’t even stomach their own tactics when someone else dishes back to them.  Now they seek “victim” status to make everyone feel sorry for them.  Of course the “sheeple” are going to believe this, after all they are “sheeple.”

Here are some of the great DemonRat “bullies” both past and present: Nels Kelstrom, Marianne Edain, Steve Erickson, Pam Fick, Trisha Fick, Neil Colburn, Molly MacLeod Roberts, Bob Prasch, Ann Adams, Ken Pickard, Paula Spina, Michael Monson, Garrett Newkirk, Shane Hoffmire, Keven R. Graves, Whidbey News Times, Whidbey Examiner, South Whidbey Record, RECALL EMERSON, upperleftcoast, franktender, harrytrumaniii, rockshopper, ilovewhidbey, and plassteel.

What many consider bullying is actually warfare between Progressive Democratic Socialist DemonRats and those opposed to their ideology.

Don’t expect DemonRats to stop their assault on the U. S. Constitution, and their efforts to reconstruct our government into Progressive Democratic Socialism. Don’t expect DemonRats on Whidbey Island to alter their agenda of transforming the Island into their very own environmentally friendly sanctuary at the expense of everyone else on Whidbey Island. Don’t expect DemonRats to stop their assault on anyone and everyone who gets in their way.

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    Wear it as a badge of honor Ken…

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    And don’t forget the largest bully of them all is past Mayor Jim Slowik.

    If someone wants to see a real bully in action visit or listen to the County Council meetings and watch Jill Johnson in action. I think she invented the word bully. There is no reasoning with this woman, she is just an out and out bully in the name of you, the people.

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      Hey don’t count Helen Price Johnson out either with all of her snide remarks bashing Emerson.

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      Wasn’t Slowit the RINO’s mentor?
      Jill baby makes HPJ look like an amature when it comes to being top bully

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        Helen Price Johnson is a master DemonRat. Listening to her back stabbing snide remarks attacking Emerson is HPJ’s trademark. So what we have is the new dynamic duo DemonRat attack coming from Jill Johnson and HPJ.

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    Glad my mother taught me this little saying:
    “Sticks and stones will break my bones but words will never hurt me.”

    It is when the untruthful words become actions and are backed up with further unethical behavior that gets difficult to handle.

    At least I’m not the one that sold my soul.

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    Yes the letter is incredibly stupid, however it is so easy to demonize both sides, like shooting fish in a barrel. Once again, the problem is modern government structure, you can change Demonrats into Republirats, but how about no rats? A 2 party system which is so broken, and at the higher levels so corrupt (even though much of that corruption has been legalized) that only a fool would bother tinkering with it any more.
    I like your website, if you only read people who agree with you, you learn nothing and can never change your opinion, based on facts presented by concerned citizens, and maybe an occasional official who can shed light on particular issues.

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      What is most enjoyable to watch right now via CSPAN are the DemonRats in Congress scrambling to get off the “good ship” USS Obamacare to save their dumb asses so they can get re-elected.

      My question to you, again is, what form of “ship” do you want?

      DemonRats are doing quite nicely on changing the “ship” to a Progressive Democratic Socialist form of government.

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        I thought the answer would be easy, but in the newest issue of The Economist, they point out statistically that the income of the working class is going down worldwide steadily, and corporate profits and the income of the 1% is steadily going up, worldwide, no matter what country, no matter how liberal like Norway nor how conservative like Russia their form of government is. The Economist is obviously very pro corporate, but even they say that this trend is insustainable and dangerous to the existing worldwide order. Therefore I don’t see that either socialism or Libertarianism. (both ends of the spectrum) can slow down the worldwide corporate train, just look at Boeing for a local example. Personally I beleive in direct democracy, we finally have the technology where every individual can vote for themselves on every issue, instead of handing off their vote to a rep who may or may not vote as they believe. that would be true freedom, the freedom of each individual to be their own representative. How to make that happen? A contitution convention will never be called again, the last was 40 years ago, too dangerous to the existing order, so trouble ahead.

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          Not liking the “direct democracy” form of government. Too many people don’t give rats ass to even vote let alone take the time to gather enough information to make an informed vote. Therefore this form of government could be easily be manipulated by a minority.

          Perhaps we should go back to the basic principles found within the US Constitution.

          Wealth has nothing to do with what form of government we have or should have.

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