Some things never change

Rick Moran
Like showing disrespect and contempt for Americans in uniform.

A femal member of the Coast Guard was harrassed and spit upon as she walked by the Occupy Boston demonstration.

Fox news (MyFoxBoston.com)

The Coast Guard in Boston confirmed that a woman in uniform was harassed and spat upon near Occupy Boston protesters.

The woman was walking to the train and said protesters spit on her twice, called her foul names and even threw a water bottle at her.

Now, the Coast Guard is warning all staff working on Atlantic Avenue to avoid those protesters while in uniform.

Devon Pendleton, a spokesman for Occupy Boston, doesn't believe that those male protestors are actually part of the movement. However, Pendleton wants to be clear, that if protestors are responsible for doing something so disrespectful, he'd like to apologize on behalf of Occupy Boston.

Coast Guard official Luke Clayton tells FOX25 whether or not the people who spit on the woman are part of Occupy Boston or not, what happened is against the law and he expects police to protect them against things like this in the future.

The spokesman for the demonstrators can apologize all he wants, it doesn't change the fact that from San Francisco, to Berkeley, to Chicago, to Boston, leftist protestors have made their utter disregard and contempt for those in uniform abundantly clear.

It has been that way since the Viet Nam war and they have done nothing in the intervening years to disabuse us of the notion that they haven't changed a bit.



Like showing disrespect and contempt for Americans in uniform.

A femal member of the Coast Guard was harrassed and spit upon as she walked by the Occupy Boston demonstration.

Fox news (MyFoxBoston.com)

The Coast Guard in Boston confirmed that a woman in uniform was harassed and spat upon near Occupy Boston protesters.

The woman was walking to the train and said protesters spit on her twice, called her foul names and even threw a water bottle at her.

Now, the Coast Guard is warning all staff working on Atlantic Avenue to avoid those protesters while in uniform.

Devon Pendleton, a spokesman for Occupy Boston, doesn't believe that those male protestors are actually part of the movement. However, Pendleton wants to be clear, that if protestors are responsible for doing something so disrespectful, he'd like to apologize on behalf of Occupy Boston.

Coast Guard official Luke Clayton tells FOX25 whether or not the people who spit on the woman are part of Occupy Boston or not, what happened is against the law and he expects police to protect them against things like this in the future.

The spokesman for the demonstrators can apologize all he wants, it doesn't change the fact that from San Francisco, to Berkeley, to Chicago, to Boston, leftist protestors have made their utter disregard and contempt for those in uniform abundantly clear.

It has been that way since the Viet Nam war and they have done nothing in the intervening years to disabuse us of the notion that they haven't changed a bit.