Government politicians have gotten things all turned around. Instead of them working for us, they think we work for them. People are starting to speak out about the problems bubbling up, and it is not being appreciated by our elected officials. This is not just a phenomenon for a big global protest like Occupy Wall Street, but it is trickling down to small cities like Pensacola, Florida. At a City Council meeting recently, members of the community were complaining about a new ordinance that could make life a lot more difficult for the homeless in that area. Some people were removed from the meeting because they called the ordinance anti-homeless, and compared some of the council members to infamous WWII Nazi’s. They were deemed “out of order” and removed from the meeting. At the next meeting, Father Nathan Monk got up and calmly told the City Council, “We have the right to redress our government without fear of being arrested.” Guess what? The council told him he was “out of order” too and was nearly arrested. This is outrageous. The priest was totally calm and was speaking within his allotted time but was“out of order?” I hope this is not a sample of what is to come, but I fear this is only the beginning. You can read more on the story (here), and you can also watch this outrageous display of arrogance by the Pensacola City Council below:
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