Tuesday, January 10, 2006


I'd like to take this opportunity to post my feelings about the transit strike here in New York. Our subway and bus system carries millions of riders a day, and many of us are dependent on it to get us to and from work.

In late December, the week of Christmas in fact, a piece of human trash, a terrorist named Roger Toussaint brought our city to a standstill because he and the overpaid scum under him didn't like the contract, with a 10.5 percent raise, that the MTA offered. Our city, the city I love, was crippled for 3 days.

Our Firefighters and Policemen are paid horribly. A new recruit of the NYPD get paid about 25,000 a year. This group of people risk their lives everyday, keeping us safe. Yet, the NYPD and FDNY has never turned their back on us. They stuck with us through 9/11, and worked without a contract for months.

For shame. For shame, Roger Toussaint. You and your union are a disgrace. You claim racism, played that cowardly card for all it was worth, and just like the crying children of the Nazis, you got your way. A bloated, unfair contract that will lead to fare hikes. Of course you and the trash who work for you don't pay fare, so you don't care. And, I mean all the trash. The white trash, the black trash, and any other race that calls themselves a member of you own Al Queda.

Oh, and if anyone is upset that I used the word terrorist, here is its technical definition.

One who utilizes the systematic use of violence and intimidation to achieve political objectives, while disguised as a civilian non-combatant. The use of a civilian disguise while on operations exempts the perpetrator from protection under the Geneva Conventions, and consequently if captured they are liable for prosecution as common criminals.

Source, Google. Toussaint fits the bill. I rest my case.