Wednesday, June 22, 2016


Not one St. Johns County Republican has apologized for MARTIN MILLER, St. Augustine Republican Club Chair, stating on the Kerry McCarthy Show, WFOY radio, June 13, 2016 that the 49 Gays killed in Orlando on June 12, 2016 "got what they deserved. MILLER is now calling the station again -- apparently without a seven second delay or taping system.

A week after his anti-Gay hate speech, MILLER stated:

"I hope that the troublemakers aren't going to make trouble out of this because they seem to have a brain problem and are changing what I say."

-- MARTIN MILLER, St. Augustine Republican Club Chair, on the Kerry McCarthy Show, WFOY radio, June 20, 2016

"Only a few troublemakers opposed us."
-- Nazi Gauleiter of Thuringia and Labor Minister over forced labor, upon his arrest.
Ann Tusa & John Tusa, The Nuremberg Trials @ 38

Nazi Gauleiter Fritz Sauckel expressed the same sentiment as too many Republicans, government and business leaders.

Our misguided government leaders, from MARTY MILLER to City Halls to Washington, D.C., refer to ethical people as "troublemakers" and as "not team players.

We know what they really want -- fawning obeisance and yes-people.

Too many workplaces are tyrannies.

They are typified by the Tennessee Department of Environmental Conservation air pollution regulatory manager who in the 1990s told his subordinate supervisor that the State of Tennessee owned his mind for 7 1/2hours a day, and that if he told him to jump off a roof, he must “jump off a roof.”

We need more ethical employees and fewer Fritz Sauckels.

We need more "troublemakers" and fewer corrupt crypto-fascists.

For the record, the Nuremberg Trials heard the evidence of Fritz Sauckel's war crimes against humanity. They convicted Fritz Sauckel and executed him.

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