Them as can, do . . .can't -- just criticize
The Dunning–Kruger effect is a cognitive bias -- unskilled individuals suffer from illusory superiority. They mistakenly rate their ability much higher than it is. This bias results from a metacognitive inability of the unskilled to recognize their deficiencies.
When they study the field and become informed they become less sure of the superiority of their opinions.
Beyond the Council's "talons"
“Nineteen officers plan to trade in their Hollywood badges to take jobs with the Broward Sheriff's Office . . . (some of the officers expressed) outrage over pay cuts and drastic pension reform. The cuts were made after the city declared financial urgency in 2011. The city . . . (will) raise the department's starting pay from $42,400 to $50,500.”