Connecticut State Police emblem. The Latin means "He who Transplanted Sustains Us." It is the state motto and refers to the faith of the early settlers, although what they would make of this current crop of their descendants is subject to considerable debate.
To the official of the Connecticut State Police who attempted to call me last night:
Yeah, your caller ID showed up on my television screen, so yes, I deliberately ignored you. There were a couple of reasons for this. Number one, although I would have loved to get your voice on tape (Alabama is a one party state), I was upstairs and my recording equipment is downstairs. Number two, you called quite late at the end of a long and fatiguing day and frankly I just wasn't in the mood for whatever tyranneau games you were attempting to play. (Tyranneau is my new favorite French word. It means "petty tyrant." Something you Connecticut bureaucrats are getting pretty good at with your own people these days.)
However, if you still wish to communicate with me you may send me an email or drop me an official letter to my post office box.
If you're trying to guess why so few of your citizens are complying with the new unconstitutional law that you have been tasked to enforce (a thankless and dangerous job at best) you don't need me to figure that out. Think REAL hard. Then try to comprehend the titanic forces you are childishly and recklessly playing around with. Even an obtuse dictator-wannabe like Malloy should be able to grok the first. That he he doesn't understand the second is plain from his actions. And, I might add, it is equally plain that CSP officials don't get it either, given your slavish compliance to a plainly tyrannical and unconstitutional law. You DO recall that oath you took, right?
However, I am ready to answer whatever stupid questions you have. Just don't call me in the middle of the night.Mike Vanderboegh
The alleged leader of a merry band of Three Percenters