Skip to comments.Pro-Walker Marine veteran dragged out and arrested at Bill Clinton-Barrett Rally in Wisconsin
Posted on 06/01/2012 7:13:15 PM PDT by Wisconsinlady
A pro-Walker Marine vet got into a few confrontations at Democrat Tom Barretts rally today with Bill Clinton in Wisconsin. The Franklin Center has video.
They couldnt handle the truth. So, union cops were called in and dragged him out of the rally and arrested him. They didnt like what he was saying.
The Marine is predicting a 10 point win for Scott Walker. I second that.
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What a bunch of hypocrites these cops are. The stinking hippies were allowed to desecrate our State Capital building day and night for months on end. They broke through windows to get in, cooked in it, chanted, stunk it up, acted like zombies, compared Walker to Hitler, used foul language, etc, and the Capital police turned their backs. Our congresspeople had their lives and the lives of their families threatened and had to be escorted out to their cars through underground tunnels. This cost taxpayers millions of dollars and this recall crap is costing millions more. Union thuggery at its finest here in Wisconsin-coming to a state near you soon if we dont win this do-over election AGAIN on June 5th
Pigs will be pigs. “Putting their lives on the line every day” for us as they run those speed traps, eat them doughnuts, and lecture us on how we’re not qualified (as they are) to handle firearms.
Filthy union cops. The last they want to do is protect those who actually do the work and create the wealth that provides their salary and puts the food on their tables. Shame on them. Destroy all public employee unions.
Case in point......
As FDR would want.
Where were those thugs with the badges in Madison last year?
Cops: When seconds count, they're minutes away.
Wow just wow. What is happening to America?
Another article about the arrest.
Wisconsin cops appear to be as bad as Minnesota cops. Useless. Fire them all, break the union. PATCO should be the example.
Local law enforcement agencies all across America are receiving millions in grant money from the DHS to beef up tactical capabilities.
Advanced, military grade armaments, sophisticated surveillance equipment, armored vehicles, thousands of surveillance drones all being deployed against American citizens without our consent.
Folks, this ain't your father's America. We’z the suspects now.
Patriot act, NDAA, dissolution of posse comitatus, TSA, DHS, armed EPA, Armed HHS officers. An increase of 60,000 IRS agents. UN small arms ban, Law of the sea treaty and on and on.
Video of marine vet before he was arrested.
Hey buddy. (to the Marine)This is the country you chose to serve. For exercising you rights, you now have a police record. Happy, now?
I served decades ago. If I could have seen beforehand what this country would become, no way in hell would I have served. As for the donut scarfing pig that arrested the Marine, he can rot in hell.
Cool that the Badger State has become a front...
Obama’s economy did that, I would guess.
Rebellion is brewing and the old structure left over from the Detroit heydays is freaking, hence the union cops now jumping in.
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The way the first sentence is written it sounds like he had a few confrontations with Clinton.
Not a good P.R. move. I have always felt that it is a good
idea to do nothing that would put me in less than good
standing with the U.S.M.C.
I do understand that Detroit is in Michigan, but it affected everything from West Va to Minnesota and beyond..