Joey also misses the class on not sticking your foot in your mouth
Just wanted to do Little Joey a favor and point out the most glaring mistake in his recent diatribe against the Chief of Police.
As to not copyrighter infringe upon Joey, please allow me to paraphrase this latest beauty from Little Joey:
“The Man is trying to railroad me on this harassment case the Chief is slowly building like they did in the Zoo harassment case.”
Now, this could just be me and my crazy “liberal” reasoning, but I would think that a wise man would not choose to defend himself from accusations of harassment by comparing the new harassment charges to that of an older set of harassment charges that was placed on the Stet Docket. (We are not even going to get into that discussion again Joey, you are in essence guilty but were put into a sort of PBJ program for first time offenders.)
Now, I am no fan of Police and in particular the Chief of Police of Salisbury, but that does not mean that I would ever intentionally provoke a man wearing a badge. Like tugging on Superman’s cape and spitting in the wind, threatening the Chief of Police (especially when you are all talk) is not a smart thing to do. What is next, threatening the President?
You are in essence forcing to the forefront of everyone’s mind the fact that harassment and intimidation is a recurring M.O. of behavior for yourself. And if these newer charges are just “like” the older charges, then you have just admitted to everyone that you are guilty right out of the gate. You may have some weak reasoning as to why it is ok to libel and threaten a Chief of Police (and a Mayor, a Zoo Director, a City Council President and Vice-President, a geriatric blogger, your former attorney, etc.) like you did with the zoo incident, but in society it is not acceptable to behave in such a menacing and libelous manner without repercussions regardless of any real or imagined slight or provocation.