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Unions Storm Madison, Break Windows: Capital in Chaos

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Publius


From Big Government correspondent on the scene:

We have almost completely lost control of the Capitol building. We now only control the 3rd and 4th floors.

Teachers Unions are sending out robo calls and emails to all their members, asking them to get to the capitol NOW. We know this as a fact.

Democrat Senators are opening windows and letting protesters in. Door’s have been ripped off their hinges.

Next 6-8 hours will determine who controls the capitol. If we lose control, the assembly can’t meet tomorrow.

Quasi-military forces are the only option to win back control of building. They are very close to being called in.

Law enforcement are leaking legislators whereabouts to protesters. No one is safe.

Today they escorted State Senators across the street via an underground tunnel. It’s top secret, but protesters were waiting for them.

National Guard may be called in….plans have been set. We are running out of options.


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Posted Mar 9th 2011 at 9:15 pm in Big Labor, State Government, State Politics |
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Obama’s “community organizers” hope to use thuggery to force law abiding citizens into submission in Wisconsin.

Remember this day…

Gov. Walker: Obama Should Fix His Own Budget Crisis

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Now this guy is showing the character that all of our Governors should. Obama is more like a Union Cheerleader. Obama’s decisions, policies, and anti America stance on almost all issues reveals his intentions to do all he can to create something that looks like Marxism at all levels of government.. as fast as he can.

Wisconsin protestors chasing GOP Senator

Communist and Public Unions doing their best to impose mob democracy using the standard Alinsky intimidation tactics and gross intimidation…

This is America?

This is the America we want to take control?

These are treacherous people who care nothing about our Republic.

Hundreds of Wisconsin Cops Take Sides With Leftist Protesters Inside Capitol Building | The Blaze

Well isn’t he interesting. He’s decided it’s HIS job to not only pack a gun as he should, being a policeman, but not stopping at that, he now is encouraging thugs to use force against the lawfully elected Governor and interfering with the peoples business.  How did he jump from being policeman to judge, jury, executioner, legislator.. and Public Union flunky as soon as his shift was over?

Fire him now… he cannot uphold the trust he was formerly entrusted with. This is exactly why public employee unions are a gigantic mistake.

“1 Vs. 100” Tea Partier defends himself against Union Members (Videos) – Truth About Bills

1 Vs. 100 Tea Partier defends himself against Union Members (Videos)

  posted 16 hours agoFeb 27, 2011 12:22 AM by Michael Simpkins   [ updated 15 hours agoFeb 27, 2011 12:39 AM ]

    Yesterday protests were held in every State Capitol. Union Members with the organization of MoveOn.org rallied together to protest what has been going on in the State of Wisconsin. Even more so to protest the decisions of Governor Scott Walker. However, there were a few brave Tea Party Members who were there to show their support of the Tea Party movement. In Particular one Tea Party member took on a crowd of union members in their arguments. During the fierce debate Elliot remained calm and collected. While the union members would drown out Elliot as he spoke, Elliot would give each and every union member the chance to speak and try to refute his arguments for the Tea Party. Throughout much of our video the union members resorted to chants, language and name calling when they were unable to come up with a valid argument for the BRAVE Tea Partier. We here at Truth About Bills applaud Elliot for his charisma during the heated argument. We hope that one day the union members can take a page out of Elliot’s book and have a real discussion. Below you will find two videos of Elliot as he took on the union members.

 

Union Members Gang up on a Tea Partier

 

 

Union Members Gang up on a Tea Partier – Part 2

 

-Michael

This is a very instructive example of the differences between thoughtful argument vs. brute force. The would be bullies are defenseless.. essentially disarmed.

Look For the Union Fable – Ann Coulter

The good news out of Wisconsin is that public school students’ test scores skyrocketed last week, mystifying educators. The bad news is many student-teacher love affairs were hard-hit without access to janitors’ closets and locker rooms.

Democrats are acting as if Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s demand that public sector employees give up collective bargaining would have George Washington rolling in his grave (a clear violation of Gravediggers’ Local 803 regulations concerning the rolling of the dead).

In fact, government employees should never, ever be allowed to organize.

The need for a union comes down to this question: Do you have a boss who wants you to work harder for less money? In the private sector, the answer is yes. In the public sector, the answer is a big, fat NO.

Government unions have nothing in common with private sector unions because they don’t have hostile management on the other side of the bargaining table. To the contrary, the “bosses” of government employees are co-conspirators with them in bilking the taxpayers.

Far from being careful stewards of the taxpayers’ money, politicians are on the same side of the bargaining table as government employees — against the taxpayers, who aren’t allowed to be part of the negotiation. This is why the head of New York’s largest public union in the mid-’70s, Victor Gotbaum, gloated, “We have the ability to elect our own boss.”

Democratic politicians don’t think of themselves as “management.” They don’t respond to union demands for more money by saying, “Are you kidding me?” They say, “Great — get me a raise too!”

Democrats buy the votes of government workers with generous pay packages and benefits — paid for by someone else — and then expect a kickback from the unions in the form of hefty campaign donations, rent-a-mobs and questionable union political activity when they run for re-election.

In 2006, 10,000 public employees staged a rally outside the New Jersey State House to protest the mere discussion of a cut to their gold-plated salaries and benefits. Then-Gov. Jon Corzine leapt onto the stage shouting: “We will fight for a fair contract!”

Only later, someone noticed: Wait — isn’t he management? (It takes a special kind of courage to promise 10,000 crazed union agitators that you’ll fight to get them more money.)

Service Employees International Union officials openly threaten California legislators. At a 2009 legislative hearing, an SEIU member sneered into a microphone: “We helped to getchu into office, and we gotta good memory. Come November, if you don’t back our program, we’ll getchu out of office.”

It used to be widely understood that collective bargaining has no place in government employment. In 1937, the American president beloved by liberals, FDR, warned that collective bargaining “cannot be transplanted into the public service.” George Meany, head of the AFL-CIO for a quarter century, said unions were not appropriate for civil servants. As recently as 1978, the vast majority of states prohibited unionization of government employees.

Anytime there is the slightest suggestion that perhaps in the middle of a deep recession, public school teachers should pay 1.5 percent of their salaries toward their extravagant health care plans for their entire families, suddenly we get television ads of hard-working men doing dangerous jobs on docks and in foundries while being abused by their greedy capitalist overseers.

The unions must be desperately hoping that no one will notice … Wait a minute! WE’RE TALKING ABOUT TEACHERS! This isn’t the Discovery Channel’s “Dirty Jobs” — it’s Mrs. Cooper’s seventh-grade “values clarification” class.

With heavy union dues, labor has plenty of money to pay for propaganda and to threaten and bribe politicians.

On his first day in office, the Republican governor of Indiana, Mitch Daniels, signed an executive order denying public sector employees the right to bargain collectively — something that had been granted, naturally, by a Democratic governor.

As a result, Indiana government employees instantly got to take home an extra thousand dollars that no longer went to union dues — and good employees started getting raises, while bad employees got cashiered.

But government workers think the job of everyone else in the economy is to protect their high salaries, crazy work rules and obscene pensions. They self-righteously lecture us about public service, the children, a “living wage” — all in the service of squeezing more money from the taxpayer to fund their breathtakingly selfish job arrangements.

There’s never a recession if you work for the government. The counties with the highest per capita income aren’t near New York City or Los Angeles — they’re in the Washington, D.C., area — a one-company town where the company is the government. The three counties with the highest incomes in the entire country are all suburbs of Washington. Eleven of the 25 counties with the highest incomes are near Washington.

For decades now, the Democrats have had a good gig buying the votes of government workers with outrageous salaries, benefits and work rules — and then sticking productive earners with the bill. But, now, we’re out of money, no matter how long Wisconsin Democrats hide out in Illinois.

An Coulter is spot on.. again. Forcing Government workers to fund unions.. using those funds to finance campaigns ONLY for politicians who stick it to the taxapayer, is wrong. Since when is giving monopoly labor a right to use extortion as a means of negotiation? Very bad idea.. government employee unions are destroying our country.