Skip to comments.What It's Like in Madison WI
Posted on 03/01/2011 7:53:15 PM PST by Hamilcar_Barca
Wisconsin GOP Senator Glenn Grothman chased, trapped by hecklers. Appearently police (who are siding with the unions) wouldn't let him in one entrance left him to the mob. Communism has come to Wisconsin.
Cold. Very cold.
Wasn’t today the deadline for the Dem Sen. Rats to return to Madistan? So what happened? Will layoff notices be sent out? Not hearing much news about that—so what’s the scoop informed FReeps?
The minute that Governor Walker saw that the police aren’t enforcing the laws in Wisconsin, he should have called out the national guard and fired the offending officers.
The REAL Americans need to stock up on food and ammo.
The Governor needs to end this circus tomorrow morning.
Clear the building and put the crowds 200’ feet away.
For safety—theirs and the legislators.
These crowds are almost out of control, and this has been going on far too long.
This is a dangerous situation.
The adults have to take charge.
If the cops can’t or won’t cut it, make them an unemployment statistic. Surely there is some kind of back burner plan somewhere up there to activate the Guard.
Could the local tea partiers act as honor guards? It’s about time we fight fire with fire with these bastards. I am sick and tired of seeing honest Americans pushed around by these communist scum.
I fear a rapid descent into lawlessness is upon the United States. It is going to get worse in the years ahead because there is no way out of this financial mess. Politicians at every level spent us into oblivion, just to buy votes and feather their nests while forsaking their nation.
I loved that PEACEFUL chant. It reminded of the beast rally in The Island of Doctor Moreau : “What is the LAW?” “Not to walk on all fours.” “Are we not men?”
What a bunch of idiots.
I’d be back tomorrow with some bear spray and a pump shotgun. Come within 30 ft. and you get the bear spray. 20 ft. or closer and you get the shotgun.
Isn’t there some law against interfering with the duties of an elected representative or something.
And how would you propose the Governor do this?
The police don't follow orders and are siding with the protesters. The courts are against Walker. The media is massively against him.
You've got Democratic Senators now talking about staying out of Wisconsin for the entire term if they don't get their way. There is literally nothing Walker can do. Perhaps break up the repair bill and push through the non financial parts is about the only option I see.
Laws are only for convenience when liberals are involved and therefore optional.
democrats are really just repugnant pigs feeding at a trough of ignorance.
Couldn’t the GOP pass EVERY bill they could think of that is not MONEY related....i.e...immigration, abortion, healthcare, education, etc??? And, a bill that says if a Senator/Rep leaves the State and doesn’t return to his job for more than 3 days, when able, they lose their position!??
The Federal Government needs to step in. If this is allowed to continue in Wisconsin, the entire country is at great risk and all bets are off.
If employers openly banded together to force workers to accept artificially low wages (compared to the free market) then the average person would be outraged. Yet this is precisely what a union is in reverse. It is the consumer who suffers. Unions ought to be flatly illegal, and under the same laws and reasoning as that banning monopolies and collusion among employers.