The Wisconsin “Professional” Police Association is now sending out threat-mails to private businesses daring to have an opinion differing from theirs (h/t LC Gunsniper).

In the event that you cannot support this effort to save collective bargaining, please be advised that the undersigned will publicly and formally boycott the goods and services provided by your company.

“Nice business you have there. Be a real shame if something were to happen to it and, say, none of the patrol units had their radio on at that particular point in time, no?”

There’s a reason why public service employees should not be allowed to be politically active in public, and that’s one of them, possibly the single most important one. No? Well, you leftist swine, care to recall all the times when you’ve had shit fits over members of the Armed Forces speaking out of turn while in uniform?

Statements like the one quoted above, when backed by names such as the Wisconsin “Professional” Police Association, cannot help but make law-abiding citizens who do not agree with said statements wonder if they can count on the services of said organizations, should they ever need them.

And that is EXACTLY why the WPPA and the other signatories use the names of their organizations rather than just send a letter. They KNOW it’s intimidating as hell, and that’s why they’re doing it.

It’s time for Wisconsin to start handing out pink slips by the thousands, because the organizations that the taxpayers pay to serve and protect have obviously lost sight of their mission and who their employers really are.

P.S.: The pig jackwagon shitbird responsible for the poorly disguised blackmail above was idiotic enough to include the following:

In the event you would like to discuss this matter further, please contact the executive Director of the Wisconsin Professional Police Association, Jim Palmer, at 608.273.3840.

We do believe that we would like to discuss that matter further, you fascist pig, so we’ll be giving you a call.

We suspect that we’ll be on hold for a while, though, because there’s going to be a lot of traffic on that line.

Enjoy, and may you burn in hell while the memory of you is forgotten as quickly as possible, lest it stain the honor of TRUE law enforcement professionals!

Fucking useless piece of obese shit.

Thatisall.

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Lockpick
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Lockpick
March 10, 2011 21:04

Have you noticed that WI does not allow concealed handguns?

LC Gunsniper
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LC Gunsniper
March 10, 2011 21:27

Response to Lockpick @#1:

That’s due to the hoplophobic asshole former Governor Doyle vetoing the legislation.

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery
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so, I guess we know who they “serve and protect” now

LC Ohio Right Wing Nut
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LC Ohio Right Wing Nut
March 10, 2011 21:42

Just glad I live where I do..I know the cops are on our side

LC Gunsniper
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LC Gunsniper
March 10, 2011 22:43

So they choose to boycott certain businesses — it is their option as a citizen.

Choosing to boycott a business is one thing, contacting that business and making a conditional threat in an attempt to influence that businesses decisions is an act of extortion regardless of the level of that threat.

LC TerribleTroy
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LC TerribleTroy
March 10, 2011 23:21

In the event that you do not respond to this request by that date,we will assumethat you stand with Governor Walker and against the teachers, nurses, police officers, fire fighters, and other dedicated public employees who serve our communities. So if you refuse to take sides and stay neutral you’re going to be penalized? Fuck that nonsense. What about the… Read more »

lc purple raider
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March 11, 2011 01:10

Sometimes it takes an economic squeeze to get something done. Other times it is just a case where you don’t want to support someone who doesn’t support you. Would you frequent a business that actively wants to take away your Second Amendment rights? I don’t really see too much of a distinction here. As private citizens, these cops can protest… Read more »

Slightly to the right of Gingis Khan
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Slightly to the right of Gingis Khan
March 11, 2011 01:44

lc purple raider says: Actually, from the looks of things at the Wisconsin State House, the police WEREN’T doing their jobs. I may be in the minority, but I’m not gonna flame them for what I saw in 5 minute clips. People in mass breaking into the capital building after hours, it was a powder keg, one wrong move…… or… Read more »

lc purple raider
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March 11, 2011 03:22

OT but a massive earthquake in Japan.

An 8.9. An eight-freaking-nine.

And it doesn’t look good.

lc purple raider
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March 11, 2011 12:22

Well, since someone brought up the Nazis in Germany (and, well, everywhere): The business men, who had been so enthusiastic over the smashing of the troublesome labor unions, now found that left-wing Nazis, who really believed in the party’s socialism, were trying to take over the employers’ associations, destroy the big department stores, and nationalize industry. Thousands of ragged Nazi… Read more »

LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch
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OK, this is a little different, but I believe the letter was still written under the auspices of police. Here’s why. I’m going to make a military comparison. There’s a reason why military members are not allowed to wear a uniform while participating in rallies, political meetings, etc. Because regardless of their intent to be a “private citizen” participating in… Read more »

LC Gladiator
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LC Gladiator
March 11, 2011 14:03

The answer is to have the tea parties organize boycotts of the businesses that side with the unions. Theres more of US than there is of THEM.

Lizard, G.L.O.R.
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Lizard, G.L.O.R.
March 11, 2011 16:15

Union officials, who had denounced the plan to close the Capitol overnight as an effort to silence critics, called the reversal a capitulation by Mr. Walker’s administration. “Cooler heads prevailed,” said Jim Palmer, the executive director of the 11,000-member Wisconsin Professional Police Association. “They had said they were going to clear the place out, and then they thought the better… Read more »

Lizard, G.L.O.R.
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Lizard, G.L.O.R.
March 11, 2011 16:20

oops Lizard, G.L.O.R. says: Union officials, who had denounced the plan to close the Capitol overnight as an effort to silence critics, called the reversal a capitulation by Mr. Walker’s administration. “Cooler heads prevailed,” said Jim Palmer, the executive director of the 11,000-member Wisconsin Professional Police Association. “They had said they were going to clear the place out, and then… Read more »

LC Sir Intellectual Conservative 5th Columnist
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Off topic but the screaming Left is already blaming the Japan quake on … global warming!

And since the US uses the most in fossil fuels …

Link

:em69:

Radical Redneck
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Radical Redneck
March 11, 2011 19:43

Off topic but the screaming Left is already blaming the Japan quake on … global warming!

Just as stupid we have a predictable example of “single-minded, obsessed and stoooooooooooooooopid is no way to go through life.

:em72: :em69:

LC Sir Intellectual Conservative 5th Columnist
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Response to Radical Redneck @:

The funny thing is that who is doing the God Hates Gays thing? Phreddie Phelps. I pointed out that he’s a Democrat and that I could prove it …. for some reason that comment didn’t post over there ..

Shocked, I say, I am shocked! :em99:

Radical Redneck
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Radical Redneck
March 11, 2011 19:57

Response to LC Sir Intellectual Conservative 5th Columnist @:

It would be one thing to throw in idiocy like that at the end of the thread expressing the usual shock, horror and sadness: but that abomination makes it the entire thread.

Inferior preponderance of foul DNA. :em38:

Delftsman3
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March 11, 2011 20:20

D>J> sez: Reading anything more into this is just being silly. D.J., AS Misha noted above; if this threat (and make no mistake it IS a threat) were issued as a private citizen by Mr. Palmer, it wouldn’t amount to a hill of beans HOWEVER, Mr. Palmer issued this threat under color of his so called ‘professional’ organization. As a… Read more »

Tallulah
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Tallulah
March 12, 2011 01:26

RED ALERT, everyone! Take this link and pass it on to everyone: Here’s a word to the wise: http://redwhitebluenews.com/?p=16246 This is the account of how the Ohio TEA Party folks got their butts kicked by Alinsky-rules unionista Leftwads in demonstrations/counter-demonstrations, UNTIL they figured out, FAST, how to FIGHT BACK. Pass it on to all the Patriots you know. We have… Read more »

Tallulah
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Tallulah
March 12, 2011 01:34

From my link in #35, I think it’s worth pulling this quote. It has to do with the willingness of the unionized police to protect American citizens they just happen to disagree with. Unpleasant reading. Youngstown, Ohio, February 24, 2011 The Youngstown area is UNION with all capital letters. Anita Fraser, President of the Tri-County TEA Party in Youngstown was… Read more »

LC Sir Intellectual Conservative 5th Columnist
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Response to Tallulah @:

I wonder, can we start hitting back now? Or would that be seen as uncivil? :em96:

LC thecabal
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LC thecabal
March 12, 2011 09:45

Hey DJ, here’s a few phrases for you: “Taft-Hartley Act” and “secondary boycott”. Now tell me again how this is proper?

Lizard, G.L.O.R.
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Lizard, G.L.O.R.
March 12, 2011 15:20

Here is another boycott action email http://www.620wtmj.com/shows/charliesykes/117795968.html For those that do not know MATC is Milwaukee Area Technical College. That is right my tax dollars pay for them to use that email. I wish I lived closer to that Sendick’s because I would definitely shop there. And DJ the reason why they wanted to hold up the bill for as… Read more »

LC Xystus
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March 12, 2011 17:20

Meanwhile DJ‘s excuse machine spins furiously to come up with a string of possible reasons why the premeditated thuggery at Youngstown was not really the thugs’ fault.

LC Xystus
Member
March 12, 2011 17:44

And: someone needs to be punished for the Youngstown travesty.

irish19
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irish19
March 12, 2011 23:18

Response to Lockpick @:
If someone already pointed this out-oops. Wisconsin does allow open carry. The People’s Republik of Illinois is the only place we law-abiding citizens are required to be unarmed prey when we leave our homes.

irish19
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irish19
March 12, 2011 23:34

schtick of my ilk

OT, but hat would be a great name for a rock band.

Lizard, G.L.O.R.
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Lizard, G.L.O.R.
March 13, 2011 00:31

irish19 says: Response to Lockpick @: If someone already pointed this out-oops. Wisconsin does allow open carry. The People’s Republik of Illinois is the only place we law-abiding citizens are required to be unarmed prey when we leave our homes. yes we have open carry, but you cannot have bullets in your gun when you are tranporting it in your… Read more »

LC Sir Rurik, K.o.E.
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LC Sir Rurik, K.o.E.
March 13, 2011 11:27

Response to Tallulah @: Thank you for the link. That is an important essay with great advice. It is much similar to how we operated in Washington with the original Gathering of Eagles rally in March 2007. It also pays, if possible to get photos of any evident leaders of the other side. identify them for later reference. It also… Read more »

LC Gladiator
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LC Gladiator
March 14, 2011 10:13

Here’s how the purely evil, anti-American, communistic, welfare-begging private sector unions work….. I set up a business, using MY PRIVATE PROPERTY (my capital and/or cash money). I pay for the space, using MY PRIVATE PROPERTY. I pay the taxes using MY PRIVATE PROPERTY. I supply the parts and inventory, using MY PRIVATE PROPERTY. I pay for the insurance, using MY… Read more »

LC Sir Intellectual Conservative 5th Columnist
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Response to Gladiator @: Not sure if you can do this, but what I do is bring people on as independent contractors, pay them for performance (a good amount … I have reps who have been with me since 2005), give them raises based on performance .. but I also have in the agreement that someone can be terminated at… Read more »

Lizard, G.L.O.R.
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Lizard, G.L.O.R.
March 14, 2011 18:58

LC Sir Intellectual Conservative 5th Columnist says: Response to Gladiator @: Not sure if you can do this, but what I do is bring people on as independent contractors, pay them for performance (a good amount … I have reps who have been with me since 2005), give them raises based on performance .. but I also have in the… Read more »

LC Sir Intellectual Conservative 5th Columnist
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Response to Lizard, G.L.O.R. @: I am in CA .. but the key is to have in the agreement that it’s a maximum of less than 20 hours a week that the exmployer expects. Anything after that is strictly voluntary on the rep’s part. I also want to clarify something – I’m not one of those idiot employers who treats… Read more »

Lizard, G.L.O.R.
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Lizard, G.L.O.R.
March 15, 2011 20:14

LC Sir Intellectual Conservative 5th Columnist says: Response to Lizard, G.L.O.R. @: I am in CA .. but the key is to have in the agreement that it’s a maximum of less than 20 hours a week that the exmployer expects. Anything after that is strictly voluntary on the rep’s part. I also want to clarify something – I’m not… Read more »