PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HIT THE PANIC BUTTON – DOUGLAS WYOMING – First Amendment Audit – Amagansett Press

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37 thoughts on “PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HIT THE PANIC BUTTON – DOUGLAS WYOMING – First Amendment Audit – Amagansett Press

  1. Hey buddy. It's clear public employees can't stand taxpayer oversight.
    So just tell them that one of your viewers is backing legislation for all government employees to have a drone following each of them the entire time they are at work. Logging bathroom breaks, emotional stability work preformed, nessesity9of position , among other things. All video can be accessed on the web to anyone with no login or vews tracking. After all they are our employees. Our taxes and government is out of hand. We the people must cut the fat to reduce taxes.
    Along with the Drone each employee should also be required to provide their own liability insurance. The taxpayers should not be on the hook for unconstitutional action preformed by people we employ.

  2. It's as if the criteria to be hired for public jobs just consists of being as bitchy as possible with alot of attitude. Nice, calm, caring, cool, collected individuals don't make it past the first interview.

  3. Government employees often make the mistake of thinking that because we allow them to work in our buildings that they own those buildings. Can you imagine any other situation where the owner of a business shows up and the employees rudely try to tell them what they can and cannot do in their own building? They would be fired and replaced immediately.

  4. Wendy was polite but her body language was tense including folded arms, clasped hands, rubbing her neck, poor eye to eye contact and no friendly smiles. Not very open or welcoming. Seemed happier when the conversation ended!

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