Skip to comments.‘Walkerville’ camp at Capitol Square in the works to protest budget (here we go again)
Posted on 06/02/2011 10:21:05 AM PDT by Thunder90
With lawmakers gearing up for a vote on the state budget, a Walkerville camp similar to the one that sprang up during the protests at the state Capitol earlier this year may be returning this weekend this time to the terraces of Mifflin and Carroll streets.
We Are Wisconsin, an alliance of community groups, labor unions and others, has asked the city for a permit to set up the camp across from the Capitol to provide information about Gov. Scott Walkers budget proposals and efforts to recall Republican legislators who voted to eliminate bargaining rights for most public employees.
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PING! The Capitol Square Farmers Market is going to be replaced by a bunch of stinky hippie protesters who will storm the capitol at the drop of a hat.
Long Hot Summer. Brought to you courtesy of the late Saul Alinsky.
“We are Wisconsin”???? No, you’re not ... you’re fat-a**ed government employees who are only working for the government because you’re too incompetent to be hired by private industry.
Not enough parking for the Mercedes and Limos?
Just start calling it “Obamaville” for anyone who will listen As in “It is a shame that all of thse Obamaville’s are springing up everywhere areound the country with the high unemployment numbers and all”....perhaps they will skink away when they think people aren’t paying attetnion to their cause but to their own worries?
What do these people do that they have so much spare time on their hands?
Twice. So I clicked on it.
Well, yah. Dyslexia sometimes works.
I sure hope the Capital police have brushed up on their policies and tactics. The last fiasco was disgusting.
These people should not be allowed in the capital building, and any non-compliance with the state police should merit some stiff penalties.
Call in the national guard if you have to. Make some arrests. File some serious charges. See them through.
If this ever happens in Benderville I will send out the water canons loaded with cheap wine...
I’ll bring the Costco cups!
...and a big portion of ‘em have probably been bused in from someplace else.
Cheeze Head ping...
It's time to do something, we need to take back the "people's house" in Madison.
Hindsight tells me that skunk Texas beer would work better...
I think your title is much more appropriate.
We’ve got some pond water down here that’s pretty ripe considering it hasn’t rained in months.
Shouldn’t abuse alcohol.
Oooh, the opportunities!! - if only I could get my hands on some patriotic-themed surgical masks and earphones - Any normal person who needs to frequent the area would likely welcome them-and they’d make a nice counter-statement besides.
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