Saturday, February 19, 2011

Democratic Party Refuses Democracy In Wisconsin

wisconsin signwisconsin signwisconsin signwisconsin signIt seems as though the Democratic Party in Wisconsin is not only anti-government like the unions, they are also against democracy by not doing their job and voting. Is this what the Democratic Party and Obama stand for? Do they stand for teachers breaking the law by not teaching the children? Do they stand with the Democrats in Wisconsin that refuse democracy in order to get their way? We are a country of laws. The way the teachers have been using children is sickening to me.
     It's great the way the Democratic Parties fingerprints are all over the busing in of protesters to bully democracy.
 Teachers threaten to withhold education if they don't get what they want fro the tax payers.
[Content WARNING: Contains strong language that may offend, and may be inappropriate for, some.]


  1. Wisconsin Here We Come19 February, 2011 11:29

    AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka has decided to flock to the side of thug Wisconsin teachers on Friday. This should not be much of a surprise. Trumka understands that this battle could serve to galvanize anti-union sympathies all across the country, and rightfully so. With the hate and "violent rhetoric" being employed by these thug teachers with very little legitimate provocation these teachers are quickly proving that they aren't sympathetic figures. In any case, Trumka hopes to turn the sliding sympathies back in his favor.

    It should also not surprise anyone that Trumka, one of the most vile, violent thugs in upper echelons of uniondom, has flocked to the side of unionistas that have employed some of the most vile rhetoric and characterizations of their enemy, the people of Wisconsin.

    And make no mistake about it. These thug teachers are not fighting over mere politics. They are fighting the very people who send their children to them everyday. These thug teachers are fighting the entire electorate, hoping to further defraud them of money, desirous of keeping their union snouts firmly in the tax payer funded feeding trough, and intent on stealing as much from the people as possible.

    As to Trumka, I've written about this violent creep many times. His violent past is a shining example of the sort of low character intrinsic in unions. Trumka has a long history of violence and was even up to his neck in a murder in 1993.

    So a man involved in constant union violence and a murder is standing with these thug teachers in Wisconsin. Remember, people, these are the folks influencing our children every day!

    Doug Ross has a compilation of some 15 of the most egregious signs being toted around by the union thugs in Wisconsin.

  2. A counter-protest by those supposed populist teahadists is on its way to Wisconsin this weekend. But like every other major Tea Party event, this one isn't a spontaneous, grassroots uprising. Like all the others, it's sponsored by Koch Industries. Think Progress:

    A number of the big business interests standing with Walker are beneficiaries of his administration’s tax giveaways. But the greatest ally to Walker is the dirty energy company Koch Industries. In response to the growing protests in Madison, Koch fronts are busing in Tea Party protesters to support Walker and his union-busting campaign....
    Koch Industries is a major player in Wisconsin: Koch owns a coal company subsidiary with facilities in Green Bay, Manitowoc, Ashland and Sheboygan; six timber plants throughout the state; and a large network of pipelines in Wisconsin. While Koch controls much of the infrastructure in the state, they have laid off workers to boost profits. At a time when Koch Industries owners David and Charles Koch awarded themselves an extra $11 billion of income from the company, Koch slashed jobs at their Green Bay plant....

    Koch Industries was one of the biggest contributors to Walker’s gubernatorial campaign, funneling $43,000 over the course of last year. In return, Koch front groups are closely guiding the Walker agenda. The American Legislative Exchange Council, another Koch-funded group, advised Walker and the GOP legislature on its anti-labor legislation and its first corporate tax cuts.

    And in an update to the post:

    Koch's Americans for Prosperity group has launched a new website and petition called The new site attacks all collective bargaining, not just for public sector unions. Koch's front group also declares: "In fact, every state should adopt Governor Scott Walker's common sense reforms."
    So they're going to use their bought-and-paid-for "grassroots" movement to support their bought-and-paid-for governor. What's really pathetic is those delusional teabaggers who don't realize that they are going to be protesting against their own interests--against good-paying jobs; against half-way decent benefits; against the very American right to organize for a better life. What's really sad is that the people populating this "grassroots" movement are so brain-washed they don't see that they've been made dupes of corporate America.

    Update: Soros is sending buses all around the nation. Let's bring Cairo to America!

  3. The left are losing it. I just wish they would follow the law for a change.

  4. I thought we had a republic?

    lol...isn't that the rights answer whenever the left mentions democracy in America?!


    comeon Chris, you gotta love the Star Wars Battle of Hoth blast don't you? How can u dislike that one. That shit is funny. it even has a drawing of one on it.

  5. Funny is not part of any of the Wisconsin experiance. Democracy put aside by Legislators is NOT democracy. Democracy is debate and VOTE!
    Citizens of Wisconsin elected(Legally) politicans to save their State. To do that CUTS have to be made. Public Unions are in effect saying to voters WE will not allow Democracy to work if WE disagree with Issue. Well Wisconsin will be the FIRST of many states with Budget problems to try and take back their State from Unsubstainable Public Union contracts. Citizens will be watching and LEFT will make same mistake again as it did in 2010 Elections and will Pay the Price. Citizens want the POWER back from Politicans and Public Unions who beleive they have the Power to take from Tax Payers whatever they need for what ever they want. Well those day are over. Many States including Michigan are going to begin the Process of Paying for only what they can AFFORD.
    Left had better keep there Hired protesters Buses gas tanks filled cause their going to need it.

  6. Al, you didn't feel that way when the Tea Baggers went to Washington to intimidate the Democrats from passing Health care. Guess Chris's double standards are rubbing off on ya.

    Making predictions again are ya? Funny i thought you'd have given that up after predicting the Senate party change last year.

  7. Joe Demonstrating I have no problem with paying Public Sector Union employees for sick days to protest does. Do you think they used sick days or vacation days Joe. Either way Citizens are PAYING. Tea Party members demonstrated on their own and if any sick days or vaction days were used private sector paid for them. If you call citizens paying public union workers to demonstate vs not paying Tea Party to demonstrate a double standard your thinin be FLAWED! 70,000 plus public sector union employees demonstrating wonder what that COST citizens?

  8. We have a democratic republic to be exact Joe. They sure do look like hypocrats Joe. Making the kind of signs they used to hate. The left have two sets of rules,one for them and another for us. They call it social justice.

  9. Joe we didn't break any laws when we protested. We didn't stop democracy like the Democrats have. We could care less about you people protesting. We didn't care when you protested against Bush and we don't care now. But you hypocrits on the left play double standards. I'd like to see you liberals hold yourselves to the same standards you hold us to, that's all. Joe the Senate did change as well as every part of our government from local to federal.


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