Re: Oakland recruiting ex-cons to oversee cops
Posted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:53 am
Perhaps, though it's not April 1st, this is simply a joke to see how much the gullible will bite...?
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Abraham wrote:Perhaps, though it's not April 1st, this is simply a joke to see how much the gullible will bite...?
My use of the word "Californians" in the OP includes both categories.Oldgringo wrote:Methinks it's the stupidity of the electors more so than the stupidity of the electees?Jusme wrote:I thought, if this was April 1st, that this would have been a great prank. Why stop with "previously" incarcerated? Wouldn't that make a great work program for current inmates?The Annoyed Man wrote:You can't make this stuff up.
http://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/arti ... 217777.php
Oakland recruiting ex-cons to oversee cops
By Matier & RossJune 14, 2017 Updated: June 15, 2017 9:29amCalifornians are so stupid now that they are no longer made dizzy by swirling around the toilet bowl.Former cops need not apply, but former inmates are being encouraged by the city of Oakland to apply for slots on the city’s new police commission.
A notice recently posted on the city’s website for would-be commissioners says, “Must be an Oakland resident. Must be at least 18 years old. Formerly incarcerated individuals encouraged to apply.”
And what really bugs the cops is that the voter-approved measure creating the commission bars current and former Oakland cops from serving, as well as police union employees.
I can't imagine the level of stupidity, that one must possess, to be elected in California. Is a full frontal Lobotomy, a pre-requisite to run for office?