Monday, January 21, 2008


So the people, especially government employees, don't have a mind of their own, the governor 'orders' them how to think and act. Why does this take place in a free democratic society? When the governor 'orders' them to follow they do, whether they like it or not. Here are some of the comments from my posts written about the anti-federalization rally... Check them yourself in Post's #919 and 918, under 'comments'.
govt worker said...
To think that's all they could get, even after Fitial ordered his cabinet heads to make the government workers to show up.
cnmi resident said...
Especially pitiful considering the Guv. sent word down through the ranks that all government employees were expected to attend the rally.
So why does the gov. have to order the employees, probably with their jobs on the line, to support something they don't believe in? Reminds me of another space and place in time!
So sad this has to happen, we need to rid this place of these bullying techniques! Again, another reason for a federal takeover!
If you were 'ordered' to join the 'rally' please leave a 'comment' below..


lil_hammerhead said...

I don't know about this Glen.. I have a good friend who works at the Administration and according to her, noone was asked to show up. His close advisers may have.. and they showed, but word of such things spreads fast up there and this word, in her opinion, wasn't spreading. I think if the Governor did put out such an order, you would have seen alot more people there and it would have become more public.

glend558 said...

Lil, I was going to run with this subject. The more I thought about it the more pissed I got. I surely wouldn't want to spread an untruth but the comments weren't solicited.
I would like to find out if it is indeed true. Think about it and lets see if it is so. I was hoping to get a few more readers to confirm the story. I wouldn't be suprised at all if it were true.
To think people were ordered to express their freedom's on MLK weekend by being ordered to 'rally' by the governor was to much for me. We'll see.

lil_hammerhead said...

If true, it's pretty bad.