Monday, February 28, 2011

OMG! A Dem Rep Used A Bad Word.

Can you believe this!?


GORDON HINTZ: "YOU ARE F'N DEAD!"


Last Friday.... after the Assembly voted to engross the Budget Repair Bill, Hintz turned to a female colleague, Rep. Michelle Litjens and said: "You are F***king dead!"

Oh boy, union members, especially those loquacious, but oh so respectful teachers are going to be so disappointed.

Everything was moving along swimmingly what with the 14 Demo senators running away and hiding, all the protests with "koch sucker" and "Hitler" references, the violence and trashing the state capitol, especially defacing the war memorial and now this.

A Democrat Rep drops a f-bomb death threat on a female Republican Rep.

Actually, it doesn't surprise me one damn bit.

Union Privilege Not A Right Nor Is Their Thuggish behavior

For an excellent roundup of union crap click on the headline link.


State of the Goonion


Goonion. good word.

In His Bid To Stay In Power Gadhafi Borrows Tactics From Unions & Democrats

GADHAFI PASSING OUT CASH

Yeah, walking around money (WAM) has fueled the cash business between unions and the Democrat Party to fix elections for years, but who knew they were giving ideas to the Butcher of Tripoli.

Public Sector Unions In Big Trouble

LibProgs love to trash Republican governors and state legislatures. Pavlov would have a field day with markers and results with these people. Ding, ding, ding!

But they only go after Republicans. They don't go after Democrats because that might upset the gravy train.

Blue State Dems Turn on State, Local Workers
Despite the differences in rhetoric, killing public sector unions is a nonpartisan policy in the United States. While Republicans are more explicit about their goal, and want to move faster, Democrats and Republicans are both taking steps that will soon reduce the public sector union movement to a shadow of its current self.

One caveat though. Will Dead Fish Rahmbo take up residence at the bottom of the Chicago River when he cuts union jobs and tells bureaucrats the gravy train has to be slowed?

Maybe he'll run to Tennessee and hide out in Little Chicago!

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Wusses Against Palin Lie. Then Cry Like Wusses.

Stolen from Texas For Palin.


Ten tell-tale symptoms of Palin Derangement Syndrome (PDS)

Hypocrisy is that old time liberal religion
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Our liberal friends may suffer from PDS if they believe...
  1. that crosshairs over congressional districts on a SarahPAC map incite violence, but crosshairs over Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's face on a union goon's protest sign do not;
  2. that criticism of Obama's policies by Sarah Palin are "hate speech," but personal attacks on Gov. Palin by Keith Olbermann, Chris Matthews and Media Matters are not;
  3. that a telephone scam by two Canadian deejays proves Sarah Palin is dumb, but TIME magazine is still smart, even though it reported a satirical piece about Sarah Palin attacking Christina Aguilera as real;
  4. that Sarah Palin is stupid, but Rachel Maddow is smart, even though the MSPDS hostfell for another satirical piece about Sarah Palin calling for the invasion of Egypt;
  5. that Joy Behar, who called Sarah Palin "dumb" is smart, even though "The View" panelist also said that "Black Friday" was a "racist" term;
  6. that Gov. Palin crossed the line by using the term blood libel, but use of the same term by Andrew Sullivan, Eugene Robinson and other "progressives" was within acceptable boundaries;
  7. that Sarah Palin supporters are ill-informed on key issues, but Obama supporters are well-informed on the same issues;
  8. that Sarah Palin really said she could see Russia from her house;
  9. that the same media which ignored the burning of the church Sarah Palin and her family attend is really concerned about civility;
  10. that "birthers" who question Barack Obama's place of birth are hateful lunatics, but "birfers" who question whether Trig Palin really is Sarah's son are tolerant, caring people in full control of their mental faculties.

Union Thugs Doing What They Do - Thuggery Again

The bully cowards continue their sissy ways. Isn't that always the way. From the schoolyard to the work yard. Pudgy punks pushing their weight around.





Unions, Big Pay, Big Benefits - Time To Protest

From 2008

Reader Donald Gately writes:
You say that A.N.S.W.E.R. would love to see Icelandic-type protests here. But what if folks under 30 or 40 or 50 started staging large public protests about the Ponzi-scheme that is Social Security? What if taxpayers started staging massive protests about public pensions that let government employees (many of whom don’t have to participate in Social Security) retire at 50 with 90% pay – even while common taxpayers have to ratchet back their own retirement dates? What if financial and real-estate workers started staging protests about their jobs disappearing while the Democrats in congress do everything in their power to preserve cushy UAW deals? What if parents in neighborhoods with failing schools started actively protesting the stranglehold that the teachers unions have over their childrens’ education?

Those types of protests would likely un-nerve the left, and might actually lead to Change that the rest of us can believe in.

Or as Admiral Trumpka said:

HIRO

by Yasuhiro Wakabayashi (HIRO)

Architecture & Music

St Petersburg, Florida


Union Thugs Doing What They Do - Thuggery









Margaret Sanger & Eugenics


Saturday, February 26, 2011

Margaret Sanger Of Planned Parenthood Wanted Black Babies Aborted Because She Thought Them Inferior Babies

Kill the animals. That is the foundation of liberal genocide. They're just sheep, who could possibly care. Black babies are not up to snuff so let's stop them from weighing down the Great Society, eh?


Now, more improved, there is a larger selection of those to be murdered. We never rest improving our lives. Yours? Not so much.

From The Flood

Pinhole Camera 1973

BOH DOMA DADT The Synchronicity Of His Lies

He reminds me of the kids that think they're so clever even as the parents smirk at their clumsiness.
Duplicity revealed in DOMA decision?
Elaine Donnelly, president of the Center for Military Readiness (CMR), says the declaration contradicts Defense Secretary Robert Gates' pledge to Congress and the military service chiefs last year, when he said DOMA's existence would prevent the military from providing housing and benefits for same-sex couples who live together as "married" or "committed partners" on military bases.


 Most Socialists traditionally have been ham fisted politically except when they have killed or murdered in large numbers. In the latter instances they could be quite creative and nimble in their excuses, especially when they could lie so brazenly that trusting people actually had to believe someone or something else was the cause.


Obama and his ham fisted team are like children. Let's hope they don't get creative. Oh wait, there were the death panels. They were going to let us die to improve the quality of our lives. Yeah, really.


One can easily hear BOH and friends exclaim that of course there is no correlation between the two. The sad thing is that parts of their brains will actually be able to convince them of the truthiness of what they are saying.


If you don't lie you don't have to remember what you said. That's Mom 101.

What's A Guy To Do? Thugs In The Streets And Capitols, Citizens Trapped In Foreign Countries And More - So, PAARTEE

Friday, February 25, 2011

13 Million Black Babies Chosen Not To Live


Socialist Sorority Society Songfest of Dead Socialist Songs In Wisconsin Capitol

They gonna roll right over Gov Walker! Via Ann Althouse







WI House Passes Bill, Phantom Senators Miss Staged Street Theater In Chamber

This is getting tiresome as libprogs continue staged theater in and out of the capitol building to garner media coverage and support. Total fail on both counts as voters turn on the protesters and the media gets savaged for their propaganda thinly veiled as reporting.



The real shame is that these progressive Oscar-challenged bullies have been in charge for so long.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Unions Take Page From Ron Paul (Or Vice Versa) To Skew WSJ Poll

WSJ has a poll on whether state employees should have collective bargaining rights. All the leftist sites which includes union sites are trying to skew the poll. You can vote HERE

Rachel Maddow Blows It Again

Rachel maddow, who has never been know for her veracity, is at it again as she no doubt "misspoke" on the Jay Leno Show.


RACHEL MADDOW, MSNBC: But, if you look at like the last election cycle, of the top ten people donating money in that election, seven of them were giving to Republicans. It was all corporate interests and right-wing PACs and stuff. Seven of the ten were all right-wing. And the only three that weren't were unions.
JAY LENO, HOST: Yeah.
MADDOW: So, if Republicans can get rid of the unions, particularly these public sector unions, they can run the table in every election from here on out. This is the only competition they have for actual, big contributors in politics. So, they want to get rid of the unions for partisan reasons.
It is so unfortunate when someone of Rachel's caliber misspeaks so often.


It is amazing that in this day and age people feel that they can blatantly lie, especially on national TV, and get away with it. Granted, Maddow used to work with Keith Olbermann, but really, enough should be enough.



Go HERE to read more about it including numerous charts looking at Maddow's statement from numerous angles.

Public Sector Unions VS America

Separation Of Churl & State

Since liberals and progressives like to use letters in place of the constitution as was done by KKK'er, Hugo Black, I think we can use a letter by Franklin Delano Roosevelt concerning public sector unions and collective bargaining.

My dear Mr. Steward:
As I am unable to accept your kind invitation to be present on the occasion of the Twentieth Jubilee Convention of the National Federation of Federal Employees, I am taking this method of sending greetings and a message.


Reading your letter of July 14, 1937, I was especially interested in the timeliness of your remark that the manner in which the activities of your organization have been carried on during the past two decades "has been in complete consonance with the best traditions of public employee relationships." Organizations of Government employees have a logical place in Government affairs.


The desire of Government employees for fair and adequate pay, reasonable hours of work, safe and suitable working conditions, development of opportunities for advancement, facilities for fair and impartial consideration and review of grievances, and other objectives of a proper employee relations policy, is basically no different from that of employees in private industry. Organization on their part to present their views on such matters is both natural and logical, but meticulous attention should be paid to the special relationships and obligations of public servants to the public itself and to the Government.


All Government employees should realize that the process of collective bargaining, as usually understood, cannot be transplanted into the public service. It has its distinct and insurmountable limitations when applied to public personnel management. The very nature and purposes of Government make it impossible for administrative officials to represent fully or to bind the employer in mutual discussions with Government employee organizations. The employer is the whole people, who speak by means of laws enacted by their representatives in Congress. Accordingly, administrative officials and employees alike are governed and guided, and in many instances restricted, by laws which establish policies, procedures, or rules in personnel matters.


Particularly, I want to emphasize my conviction that militant tactics have no place in the functions of any organization of Government employees. Upon employees in the Federal service rests the obligation to serve the whole people, whose interests and welfare require orderliness and continuity in the conduct of Government activities. This obligation is paramount. Since their own services have to do with the functioning of the Government, a strike of public employees manifests nothing less than an intent on their part to prevent or obstruct the operations of Government until their demands are satisfied. Such action, looking toward the paralysis of Government by those who have sworn to support it, is unthinkable and intolerable. It is, therefore, with a feeling of gratification that I have noted in the constitution of the National Federation of Federal Employees the provision that "under no circumstances shall this Federation engage in or support strikes against the United States Government."


I congratulate the National Federation of Federal Employees the twentieth anniversary of its founding and trust that the convention will, in every way, be successful.
Very sincerely yours,

Churls now presume to extract that which doesn't belong to them, power over the public purse and demands that the people pay for this excess. The same Hugo Black wrote, not in a letter, on this abuse by groups on the mass of citizens.

"I cannot consider the Bill of Rights to be an outworn 18th century 'strait jacket.' ... Its provisions may be thought outdated abstractions by some. And it is true that they were designed to meet ancient evils. But they are the same kind of human evils that have emerged from century to century wherever excessive power is sought by the few at the expense of the many."


Indeed, human evils seeking excessive power for the few at the expense of the many may be stated as the separation of churls & state. Let it be done.

The Face Of Unions-Thuggery

via I Own The World
Read the whole story.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

SB 5 Absolute Stupidity: Ohio Senate Republicans Betray The Voters And The State

This is absolute betrayal by Republican senators with no ear and no guts. There will be collective bargaining on salaries. They've gutted SB 5 and they have gutted us, the voter, but they'll waste our time by telling us that they haven't wavered. The hell they haven't.

They have betrayed the 2010 elections and if they aren't smart enough to understand that then they should get the hell out of the way and let those that do understand what the voters want to lead. This is mind boggling in its stupidity. It is stupidity on so many levels. They just handed unions and liberals a victory no matter how they try to spin it. How dare they!

Liberals are already rejoicing. They should be because this is capitulation. There should be no public sector unions and there definitely should not be collective bargaining of any type. We have been stabbed in the back by our own party and that really stinks. 

Socialist Sorority Songs Sung In WI Protests; 'We Are Marching For Liberation'

Street theater ridiculing Fox News for reporting socialists protesting in Madison as a Socialist Sorority strolls by singing.

Constitutional Scholar Obama Now Pandering To Gays

Unions - Check
Socialists - Check
Progressives - Check
Illegal Aliens - Check
Corporate Leeches - Check
Public Union Employees - Check
Gays - Check


Obama administration drops defense of anti-gay marriage law



Obama is campaigning. Well, in all fairness, he has never had the time to lead and be president because who has the time when their only goal is buying the next election?

Public Unions To America: Waah! Our 'Right' Trumps Your Fright


The people are frightened by what has happened. They see their future and the future of their children threatened. Unions, as well, see their future threatened. The former represent the nation. The latter represent a small portion of a nation. Obama and the Democrats are vocally supporting the latter while few politicians support the former.

The unions don't care one damn what the nation wants or what is right for the nation. They want what they have and want more and the public better get on board or they will stomp their feet and do their best to cripple anything that might threaten their strangle hold on public services. In their mind we work for them. In their mind we should fall to our knees and bless the day that they, the unions, love our children, love America and protect and serve us all for the goodness of being a union member. What a crock. They want money, benefits and the right to pontificate just how much they deserve both. If the state and federal government is broke it's not their fault because they deserve every extra they get. Besides, there are still boatloads of millionaires that haven't been financially broken yet, so get to them first.

Webutante has some excellent insights into this phenomenon.


Combine the self-serving ‘rights’ of union members with the self-serving ‘obligations’ of community organizers such as Obama and his never ending campaign staff at Organizing for America and one sees a brotherhood for a dysfunctional America. Purposely so, but it brings all of the dysfunctional na├»ve partisans for their better America together in one smug self righteous campaign of feigned intellectualism that cannot allow reality to interfere with their political goals.

We are broke. Broken. In debt. And none of them care one whit because they have goals that suit them.


Follow the money, Washington reporters like to say. The money in this case comes from taxpayers, present and future, who are the source of every penny of dues paid to public employee unions, who in turn spend much of that money on politics, almost all of it for Democrats. In effect, public employee unions are a mechanism by which every taxpayer is forced to fund the Democratic Party.

Which is why the Democrats/Libs/Progs are fighting with everything they have including the cadre of stooges they have compiled to stop any righting of the ship in states such as Wisconsin, Ohio and Indiana. Their political life depends on public unions because without them their political life is over.

Roosevelt's reign certainly was the bright dawn of modern unionism. The legal and administrative paths that led to 35% of the nation's workforce eventually unionizing by a mid-1950s peak were laid by Roosevelt.
But only for the private sector. Roosevelt openly opposed bargaining rights for government unions.
"The process of collective bargaining, as usually understood, cannot be transplanted into the public service," Roosevelt wrote in 1937 to the National Federation of Federal Employees. Yes, public workers may demand fair treatment, wrote Roosevelt. But, he wrote, "I want to emphasize my conviction that militant tactics have no place" in the public sector. "A strike of public employees manifests nothing less than an intent on their part to prevent or obstruct the operations of Government."
And if you're the kind of guy who capitalizes "government," woe betide such obstructionists.
Roosevelt wasn't alone. It was orthodoxy among Democrats through the '50s that unions didn't belong in government work. Things began changing when, in 1959, Wisconsin's then-Gov. Gaylord Nelson signed collective bargaining into law for state workers. Other states followed, and gradually, municipal workers and teachers were unionized, too.
Even as that happened, the future was visible. Frank Zeidler, Milwaukee's mayor in the 1950s and the last card-carrying Socialist to head a major U.S. city, supported labor. But in 1969, the progressive icon wrote that rise of unions in government work put a competing power in charge of public business next to elected officials. Government unions "can mean considerable loss of control over the budget, and hence over tax rates," he warned.
There was "a revolutionary principle rather quietly at work in American government," he wrote.
The principle was working at about 100 decibels in Wisconsin's Capitol last week, once the union drum-beaters got going. What worked them up was the money they'd concede, they said, but even more that Walker would make their unions surrender the control they'd gained over every government budget.

Control. Power. Self gratification.


The message about what it calls the "Summer Organizing Fellowship" adds: "Effective organizing doesn't happen in a vacuum. It takes commitment, time, and hard work to build a movement around a cause." It does not specify what the "cause" is, other than promoting Obama and his agenda.
News of the community organizer drive went out in an e-mail to millions of supporters and past donors Tuesday night by the ongoing arm of the Obama campaign, Organizing for America.
It appealed for workers of all ages to volunteer to undergo professional organizational training this summer for stationing in communities all over the nation to drive President Obama's social and political agenda.
The cadres "will be assigned to a specific community," the message informs, "where they'll work to organize supporters street by street, neighborhood by neighborhood."
"In the end," the Obama campaign appeal says of the community organizer corps, "their work will take our grassroots power to an impressive new level."

An impressive new level. Indeed. An impressive new level for whom? The nation, actually the world, has made it clear what they think of the Obama agenda and they don’t like it. Team Obama, the unions (who are profiting from their 100s of millions in campaign donations), public sector unions, progressives and socialists don’t care about those they say will have to fund their goals. That those don’t have a say means their opinion doesn’t matter.

Welcome to the new and changed United States of America. Your opinion is not important and if you persist in disagreeing with our new leaders you are a racist which automatically makes you suspect and irrelevant.

After all, they believe their rights supersede our rights.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

SB 5 Protest In Columbus, Ohio

This was a well staged protest with union members bussed in from all over the state of Ohio and from out of state. There were many professional protesters who literally were calling out scripts for chants, cheers and actions and acted out for the numerous news outlets there.

Here is a slide show. Click on an image to see it enlarged.

Indiana Demos Join Wisconsin Demos In Anti-Democracy Exodus

RUN AWAY! RUN AWAY! OUR SKY IS FALLING! OH NO!!

Indiana Democrats, afraid of democracy, have run away to hide behind the skirts of fellow Democrat governors to avoid being handed over to police and to totally avoid the last election, reality and their voters.


Indiana Democrats trigger Statehouse showdown over anti-union legislation


It appears that Ohio will have to lead the way back to fiscal sanity.

The World Is Literally Shifting And Morons Keep Pushing Their Agenda


Pictures don’t kill, do-gooders do

In the Who Cares What She Devours category

They do it for you so shut up morons

Feminists will be sure to scream,”Keep your laws off my body.”

Monday, February 21, 2011

Our Brave New World: Bloody Purple Buckwheat

Many times I have heard people say, "It's getting weird these days." Actually, I am fairly glad we don't have women standing outside the White House chanting, "Ma,ma,where's my pa?" We do have (perpetually) disgruntled liberals still gleefully running around chanting about Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemming demanding that we all acknowledge it as true despite the facts. Things really do not change, just the people and the derangement du jour being practiced.

Obama's Allies Calling for Unionists to "Bloody" Tea Party Protesters?


Furthering their goal of a civil discourse in politics leftists in and out of the Obama administration want union members to beat the living Hell out of Tea Party members.



The Purple Nurple gang is teaming up with the AFL-CIO to deliver their brand of "bloody" to those with whom they disagree as the Goons and Grapes Gang.


But, but, but...

Hagan said it’s an attempt to make him look bad.

“They are so full of ----,” he said. “They’re so negative, these teabaggers.”

He said that Republicans, as the ones who are cutting programs for the poor and rights for public employees, should be the ones defending themselves.

“I have no apologies for telling her to shove it where the sun don’t shine,” Hagan said. “I’m a liberal. I’m happy to be a liberal. I’m a progressive liberal and I have a record of fighting for equal rights, for civil rights, for women’s rights. The only thing I regret is responding to them at all.”



How much does the sun shine in LibProgland where all the flowers are bloody and purple, but the Buckwheats are all happy? At least they are trying to be civil about their incivility. Sounds a little lame, but it is a start, eh?

Don't Touch Social Security - Where Would The Dems Steal If SS Is Off Limits


Top Dems want Social Security off the table in spending battle


Ponzi might be pleased, but Willie Sutton would be delighted because he too knew where the money was.

Leftists Demand Civility And No Shutdown In DC But That's A No Go In Madison, WI

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Leftist Love Of Hate Grows With each Defeat

Much Reported WI Surplus To Slam Gov Walker A Fraud

Budget gimmickry. Cooking the books. According to lightweights like Rachael "facts elude me" Maddow, Governor Walker of Wisconsin is guilty.

Lib/Progs have slammed Gov Walker for giving away hundreds of millions of dollars away to "special interests." Walker actually spent state funds to begin the long crawl out of the hole that the state's previous progressive administrations put Wisconsin in by assisting those that need medical accounts and for business to begin hiring again.

But, according to a scenario so popular amongst leftists that hate Walker and call him "Hitler", the state was not in a stage of deficits, in fact it had a surplus that Walker gave away to his buddies and special interest groups.

That is a lie.

Rachel Maddow says Wisconsin is on track to have a budget surplus this year

There is, indeed, a projected deficit that required attention, and Walker and GOP lawmakers did not create it. [...]
The confusion, it appears, stems from a section in [Director of the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau Robert] Lang’s memo that -- read on its own -- does project a $121 million surplus in the state’s general fund as of June 30, 2011.
But the remainder of the routine memo -- consider it the fine print -- outlines $258 million in unpaid bills or expected shortfalls in programs such as Medicaid services for the needy ($174 million alone), the public defender’s office and corrections. Additionally, the state owes Minnesota $58.7 million under a discontinued tax reciprocity deal.
The result, by our math and Lang’s, is the $137 million shortfall.
It would be closer to the $340 million figure if the figure included the $200 million owed to the state’s patient compensation fund, a debt courts have declared resulted from an illegal raid on the fund under former Gov. Jim Doyle.
A court ruling is pending in that matter, so the money might not have to be transferred until next budget year.
A state that is in debt, has public sector union members averaging twice the annual compensation of private sector workers and spending habits that cannot be sustained.

"...and Socialist governments traditionally do make a financial mess. They [socialists] always run out of other people's money. It's quite a characteristic of them." - Margaret Thatcher.

Obama Administration Sacrificing For US Little People

SEIU Plans WI Style Protests Across Nation

via a great site Potluck (go look around)
Get ready: SEIU’s Purple Army nationwide protest schedule; teachers’ unions pressure members to show “solidarity”


I see they are coming to Columbus, Ohio on Tuesday the 22nd at 1:00 PM.

Should be interesting so I think I'll mosey on down there to take some pics and vids.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Obama Sides With Wealthy Union Protesters

Who ever was negotiating with the public unions in Wisconsin should be brought to trial for collusion.

TEACHERS IN WISCONSIN MAKE MORE THAN TWICE THE PER CAPITA INCOME OF THEIR FELLOW WISCONSINITES (UPDATED)

So, our 'hope and change' president is aiding the wealthy in Wisconsin to steal from the poor workers of the state.

How unironic.

Obama & Pelosi Stand In 'Solidarity' With Protesters Against Voters

President Obama and Secretary of Democrat Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi side with the protesters against the newly elected Republican governors and legislatures ensuring that the illegal strikes and protests will spread across the nation.

Obama joins Wisconsin's budget battle, opposing Republican anti-union bill

The president's political machine worked in close coordination Thursday with state and national union officials to get thousands of protesters to gather in Madison and to plan similar demonstrations in other state capitals.

Pelosi backs Wisconsin protesters
Wisconsin's workers, teachers and public servants must have a seat at the table to fight for a safe workplace,” she said. “I stand in solidarity with the Wisconsin workers fighting for their rights, especially for all the students and young people leading the charge.”

As president of all Americans Obama has decided to emphatically side with his base, the unions, who poured hundreds of millions of dollars into his election. This not just purely partisan, but part of larger plan to fundamentally change America, how it is governed and how our society works.

Unfortunately, most people are not surprised that Obama and Pelosi are finally going public with their bi-partisan leadership. After two years of unpopular leadership and legislation voters have become aware of what they elected and now reject this brand of 'change.'

Obama and Pelosi don't understand what they are doing. Probably because they are incapable of real leadership.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Socialists Want WI Gov Walker Removed By Whatever Means Necessary

They perpetuate the lie that Gov Walker gave millions of dollars to the wealthy. They say the struggle will sweep across the nation. Walker has asked the unions to pay up to 5.8% toward their pensions and up to 12% for their health care benefits. They believe that unlike other people they shouldn't have to pay into their pensions and health benefits. Their math doesn't add up. Not even close.



They say they will remove Gov. Walker and if they have to physically do so that's just fine.

Obama, Unions, Socialists Behind Protests, Havoc & Illegal Acts In Wisconsin

The Socialist Party has a long, violent and sordid history in Wisconsin. The current protesters would make Victor Berger proud. Today's Socialist Party is very involved with the protests in Wisconsin and Ohio and are planning more actions in other cities and states.

They see it as the sparking point to spread across America to tear down our government and our form of government. They are not joking. They are deadly serious.

National Guard May Deploy as Socialists, Unions Wreak Havoc in Wisconsin

The rabid activists swarming the capitol in Madison were caught vandalizing property, distributing subversive literature, putting fear into innocents, pounding on legislators’ doors and windows, shouting, and furiously banging drums, according to witnesses. Some of the protestors were videotaped carrying signs comparing Governor Walker to Hitler, Mussolini, and deposed Egyptian despot Hosni Mubarak. Other more violent placards featured him with gun crosshairs trained on his face. One sign likened budget cuts to rape. And the mob left behind mountains of trash in its wake.

Among the flyers being distributed was one from the World Socialist website entitled “Unite workers and youth to defeat Wisconsin budget cuts.” Produced by the Socialist Equality Party and International Students for Social Equality, the document urged protestors to use the demonstration in Wisconsin as “the starting point for a mass movement.”

Claiming that the “economic and political system has failed,” the groups exhorted demonstrators to reject both parties, create “independent” committees of students and workers, nationalize corporations, seize the wealth, and usher in socialism. “The capitalist system has failed and must be replaced with a new type of society based on social need,” the flyer stated, promoting the transformation of businesses into “publicly owned and democratically controlled entities.”

Another flyer from the protests obtained by The New American, headlined “Collective Bargaining is a MUST!” called for higher taxes on corporations and “the rich.” It proposed a series of new taxes and tax increases to balance the state budget, urging readers to visit socialistworker.org for more information and updates.

People who have been following the demonstrations closely reported that Madison was a chaotic scene. “The place is under siege by union thugs, rent-a-mobs, and high schools kids let out of school because the teachers have abandoned their posts,” explained The New American magazine’s Ann Shibler, who has received continuous updates on the protest as it developed from sources within the Capitol.

“That beautiful and recently restored building has been trashed. Bands of thugs are roaming the halls, blockading restrooms, stairwells, and elevators,” she said. “They scream and yell, bang drums, and run around with clenched fists, banging on the windows and doors of the locked legislators' offices.”
She also said students were being used for political purposes and that “thugs” had been bussed in from Illinois. “Keep in mind the majority of these thugs are teachers, who are teaching impressionable children,” she said, noting that Gov. Walker should have called in the National Guard already to prevent the “teachers’ union mobocracy” from overrunning the capitol. “I would also fire every teacher that abandoned their post over this across the state.”
A State Senate staff member reported similar lunacy at the Capitol over the three days of protests. “The police have advised that we lock our doors,” said staffer Jolene Churchill in an e-mail Thursday. “Groups of young kids are marching through the halls yelling at the top of their lungs,” she explained, noting that drums were banging, restrooms and elevators were blockaded, and that there had been vandalism on Wednesday.
“Angry crowds are pounding on our glass windows,” she reported. “Please, please pray for our state.”
Despite the fear, chaos and damage they inflicted, organizers and protest leaders were quite happy with the demonstrations. “I have never been prouder of our movement than I am at this moment,” Wisconsin AFL-CIO President Phil Neuenfeldt told the crowd.

Elizabeth Wrigley Field is a socialist resident student at UW-Madison and she appears to be one of the leaders of students at the forefront of the protests, violence and vandalism.

This is the face of those protesting in Wisconsin. This is the face of modern unions including public sector unions. This is about power and control not money. The union members make more money than those in the private sector and their benefits are unbelievable. So much so they are bankrupting the state and the nation.

Enough is enough. Their time is over because the people have had enough of them.

Obama & DNC Behind Spreading Protests, Illegal Sick Outs, Riots And Threats

Saul Alinsky would be so proud of his student. He'd be proud of the community organizer he has become.

DNC playing role in Wisconsin protests

Remember when we had presidents who were leaders of all the people? Obama ain't one of them. He is helping spread the illegal strikes, sick outs, name calling and the slapping of voters in the face over the last election.

In short, he is not our president. He is a shill for bureaucrats, union bosses and those that hate. They are his base.

Now he plans to spread the illegal acts and riots to other states like Ohio, Indiana, Idaho, Massachusetts and Minnesota. All these acts now belong to Obama.