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Thursday, January 5, 2012


A "public servant" is a person who makes a sacrifice for the public. For example, an unpaid volunteer performing labor that benefits the public is a "public servant."

A person who is paid to perform labor for a governmental entity is NOT a "public servant." 

The mere fact that taxpayers (via the governmental entity) are paying a person to perform labor for a governmental entity does NOT make such paid person a "public servant."  Such paid person is simply a person who is paid for their labor.  Such paid person is NOT making any sacrifice for the public.  Such paid person is NOT a "public servant."  

If such paid person is overpaid, which is common, such overpaid person is a PUBLIC PARASITE.

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