Thursday, March 10, 2011

Union Thugs Caught Harassing Conservative Kids at Rally

These union thugs even harass kids now. They sure seem to hate people with cameras. I wonder what these union slugs are trying to hide?

I'm sure the left-wing will think of excuses why it is OK for these union thugs to take those kids personal property. The unions do think our stuff is theirs for the taking. The left-wing hero Michael 'I'm a Broke Mooch' Moore wants to handcuff the 'rich' and take their money. Can't these people see that that is stealing? I'm telling you these liberals and union leaders are as morally corrupt as they get.

When the unions and the left-wing realize that they have lost, that is when things will get even uglier.


  1. Here is some more union and left-wing intimidation.

    By Todd Starnes, Fox News Radio

    A number of business across Wisconsin said they have been targeted by pro-union forces who are upset over their support of Republican Governor Scott Walker.

    The pro-union protesters are urging people to boycott companies like Sargento Cheese and Johnsonville Sausage — the bratwurst people.

    Thousands of people have joined a Facebook page listing businesses they consider either pro-Republican or pro-Governor Walker.

  2. I thought the unions were supposed to be middle class. They look pretty low class to me.

    In reality, the middle, upper and lower classes have all won a battle in Wisconsin, and closer to home, they will win one in Michigan. We must not relent however; we must in fact fight harder to wrench our freedoms back from the racist, communist and corporatist DemocRATS.

  3. Some more pride of the DemocRAT/liberal/union groups:

    Capitol Chaos: Lawmakers Get Death Threats
    By Jon Byman

    MADISON - The State Department of Justice confirms that it is investigating several death threats against a number of lawmakers in response to the legislature's move to strip employees of many collective bargaining rights.
    Among the threats the Justice Department is investigationg is one that was emailed to Republican Senators Wednesday night. Newsradio 620 WTMJ has obtained that email.

    The following is the unedited email:

    Please put your things in order because you will be killed and your familes will also be killed due to your actions in the last 8 weeks. Please explain to them that this is because if we get rid of you and your families then it will save the rights of 300,000 people and also be able to close the deficit that you have created. I hope you have a good time in hell. Read below for
    more information on possible scenarios in which you will die.

    WE want to make this perfectly clear. Because of your actions today and in the past couple of weeks I and the group of people that are working with me have decided that we've had enough. We feel that you and the people that support the dictator have to die. We have tried many other ways of dealing with your corruption but you have taken things too far and we will not stand
    for it any longer. So, this is how it's going to happen: I as well as many others know where you and your family live, it's a matter of public records.

    We have all planned to assult you by arriving at your house and putting a nice little bullet in your head. However, we decided that we wouldn't leave it there. We also have decided that this may not be enough to send the message to you since you are so "high" on Koch and have decided that you are now going to single handedly make this a dictatorship instead of a demorcratic process. So we have also built several bombs that we have placed in various locations around the areas in which we know that you frequent.
    This includes, your house, your car, the state capitol, and well I won't tell you all of them because that's just no fun. Since we know that you are not smart enough to figure out why this is happening to you we have decided to make it perfectly clear to you. If you and your goonies feel that it's necessary to strip the rights of 300,000 people and ruin their lives, making
    them unable to feed, clothe, and provide the necessities to their families and themselves then We Will "get rid of" (in which I mean kill) you. Please understand that this does not include the heroic Rep. Senator that risked
    everything to go aganist what you and your goonies wanted him to do. We feel that it's worth our lives to do this, because we would be saving the lives of 300,000 people. Please make your peace with God as soon as possible and
    say goodbye to your loved ones we will not wait any longer. YOU WILL DIE!!!!

  4. Chris, i don't have audio. How old is the person your referring to as a kid? My sons are kids but thats 5 and 7.

  5. Steve what is middle class to you? I know many teamsters that make in the low 30,000 range a year. 1 1/2 times poverty for family of four isn't middle class, brother.

    As for Michigan your slicing your own economy throats guys. Have at it brothers. I won't convince you so the only way to show ya is for you to get what you wish for.

  6. Chris,
    Is boycotting a product because you don't like the polices of the people who make money off of it wrong? Conservatives do it all the time.

    Could you be more of a hypocrite? Wait, i know the answer, yes you will be.

  7. Steve, that letter doesn't show any violence on behalf of unions or liberals. At least it didn't when Tea Party members wrote death threats to liberal legislatures, because Chris to this day doesn't accept that there was Tea Party violence.

    But alike Chris, i will say that there are angry unionists who will step over the line and write hateful, vile things like this and they are wrong.

  8. JoeC said...
    "Chris, i don't have audio. How old is the person your referring to as a kid? My sons are kids but thats 5 and 7."
    What does that have to do with anything Joe? A kid and a child are two different things Joe. I have kids working for me. Not children but kids. Joe are you a dimwit or something?

    Is it ok for a union thug to try and take that young mans camera?

    Joe just because you know someone making 30K a year doesn't mean shit. I know union members making over 100K and do nothing to earn it. Does that mean union member do nothing? It's things like that that make Joe look like a dimwit.

    Unions are going to have their day of rage soon.

  9. Now this is what I was talking about last time I posted. Professor Jacobson is right on, and this is what the unions are afraid of -

    The Really Important Wisconsin Vote Is Not Today
    There will be a vote in Wisconsin which will shake the political landscape of the nation.

    That vote is not today in the Wisconsin Assembly on the bill passed last night in the Senate restricting public employee union collective bargaining.

    That vote will not be in April, when there are local elections in Wisconsin.

    That vote will not be sometime in the next few months as a result of various recall petitions.

    The vote which will shake our political landscape will not be on a single day, and will not be televised.

    The vote will not even be on a ballot.

    The vote will be taken with the feet of tens of thousands of Wisconsin public employee union members, who will have the choice for the first time in memory of deciding whether to join the union and pay the union dues, which have been estimated in the $700-1000 per year range.

    The public employees will have to make a choice, take a pay increase or pay the union.

    I think we know how that vote will turn out.

  10. @Joe - You dummycRATS are the ones who want to do the class warfare thing. My statement indicating that those union thugs are low class was a play on words. I know you are called dummycRATS, but try to keep up. You don't have to prove you are dummycRATS with every post you make. I appreciate that you do, but you don't HAVE to.

    As for the idiot that makes $30K with kids, it's not my problem. I didn't make that idiot take the low-paying job, and I sure as hell ain't making him stay in that job. That's HIS life decision, not mine or anyone else's. No reason I need to support him just because he decided to f-off in school or whatever he did to get such a low-paying job. Sounds like he is probably over-paid, just like the rest of you idiots. So go tell your sob-stories to someone who eats that s**t for breakfast. Call in to the Ed Shultz program and you guys can all cry and whine about the rich industrialists that are forcing you idiots into low-paying jobs and having families. Good God you people make me sick with your idiocy. The American people have decided they are not going to pay for you, or your idiot friends', poor decisions. If that a-hole friend of yours is so bad off, tell him to open up his own shop and then he can pay himself whatever he wants, and set all his working conditions.

  11. The police did not do their job of securing the building as directed. While they “appear” to try if they really wanted to stop the people from entering they do have the power and authority to do so. They do have sticks and guns you know.

    If I were in charge and watching these tapes I would have issues with what is a failure of the police to do their job. Yes I have family in Law Enforcement and fully understand what they can do if they wanted to.

    The protesters have a right to protest I fully support that effort as long as it is done lawfully. Once someone breaks the law they have become a “criminal” and no longer a peaceful America expressing their right to protest. The officers in question should be charged with failing to do their job, being they were so called “with” the protesters over the last couple weeks only shows they have somewhat support of their cause. The law is the law and if someone cannot enforce they need to be removed end of story.

    Chris, there are many more videos on YouTube. This kind of action will turn off most Americans. I know a lot of people that hate unions now thanks to videos just like these.

  12. Still think privitize what you can and let Private Sector determine wages and bennies. That move gets Public Unions out of MY pocket. There are enough hands in it already and NONE of them are MINE!

    Local and Federal Government with Tax Payers money should be able to determine what they can AFFORD and what they CANNOT. Once again as in Private Sector Employ who you can Afford. There is no PROFIT in Public Sector only Tax Payers and at this time WE are TAPPED out.

  13. That letter is a death threat, sent to all the Republican members of the WI Senate. Obviously union or union sympathizer. This s**t is about to get real, and we'll see if this and other threats and acts of violence are splashed all over MSM like the RUMORED Tea Party lies were.

    I love watching the DemocRATS and their ideology implode. Let's just hope that they only injure themselves, and not the innocents.

  14. The Badger Herald reports (via Gateway Pundit):

    After about an hour and a half, protesters stormed the building’s entrances, forcing themselves past police blockades.

    Protesters who remained in the building past the hearing’s conclusion ran the risk of being arrested for disorderly conduct because of a March 3 court order that declared people could not occupy the Capitol after hours.

    Capitol police said they were in “crisis mode” Wednesday evening because the building had been “taken over” by protesters. Some protesters were throwing bags of feces and used condoms at the buildings and landscape. About 1,000 people were inside the building and 6,000 joined them after rushing previously locked doors, according to a statement from the Department of Administration.

    Police were concerned about protesters’ physical safety with overcrowding, especially on the Capitol’s second floor bridges, the statement said.

    DOA spokesperson Tim Donovan said law enforcement officers attempted to prevent forced entry from happening but were unable to because of the large volume of people.

    “We’re disappointed that people who have been very cooperative over the past three weeks were not cooperative tonight and entered the building against the court order,” Donovan said.

    Madison resident John Severa held a State Street entrance door open for an hour and said people inside the building rushed to the entrance to push the doors open for protesters outside.

    Police responded shortly after to try to barricade the door, but their attempts were unsuccessful. After several minutes, police retreated while protesters cheered.

    And finally, Althouse blog brings some of the most telling video of the night. It includes speeches and chants, everything from “When I say ‘Walker’ you say ‘douchebag,’“ to ”Do whatever is necessary.” One man with a bullhorn even turns on AFL-CIO head Richard Trumka because he might not authorize a massive strike. Police are putting on riot gear preparing for riots.

  15. I wonder how hero of the people Michael Moore feels about this?

  16. Thousands of working familes will gather in Madison at 5 p.m. today and statewide for a rally to protest last night’s rigged vote in the state Senate to eliminate the rights of public employees to bargain for good middle-class jobs. If you live in Wisconsin, join the protest. Find out more here and check Twitter. We will fight to our last breath to keep the middle class alive. All union members both public and private must shut everyhting down in protest of this anti-union legislation. All State in the union must join together to show our strength.

    After the vote last night, thousands of angry protesters descended on the Wisconsin state Capitol after the vote, forcing their way through doors, crawling through windows and jamming corridors. The Wisconsin State AFL-CIO declared last night:

    This will not stand. We are holding an emergency vigil at the Capitol in Madison tonight and a rally there first thing in the morning.

    Marty Beil, executive director of the Wisconsin State Employees Union, said Gov. Scott Walker and his Senate “cronies” had “turned our proud state of Wisconsin into a banana republic.”

    “Senate Republicans have exercised the nuclear option to ram through their bill attacking Wisconsin’s working families in the dark of night,” said Wisconsin State AFL-CIO President Phil Neuenfeldt.

    Tonight’s events have demonstrated they will do or say anything to pass their extreme agenda that attacks Wisconsin’s working families.

    By moving the collective bargaining portion of the bill out of the budget bill and into a separate one so as to vote on it without the larger Senate majority needed for a vote on the budget, Walker and the Republicans proved that taking away collective bargaining was not a way to address budget issues, as they’ve said. Instead, it’s blatant ideological attack on workers’ rights that had nothing to do with the budget.

    In an interview on “The Ed Show” on MSNBC, members of the Wisconsin 14, who left the state and are now in Illinois, called the Republicans’ action an “affront to democracy” and vowed to challenge it in court as illegal and predicted that this latest ploy would “supercharge” recall drives against Republican legislators.

    It's time to destroy the Republican Party and Tea Party. Take it to their homes. We must strike like we did in Greece.

  17. The senate bill eliminates collective bargaining rights for most public-sector unions, a provision that has labor leaders and protesters up in arms. But there's another explosive provision in the bill that's received little attention: The bill authorizes state officials to fire any state employee who joins a strike, walk-out, sit-in, or coordinated effort to call in sick.

    This is why we are rioting. It's coming to Michigan,OH and Iowa next.

    Don't forget what Scott Walker said when he thought he was talking to his billionaire benefactor from Kansas, David Koch:

    I told my cabinet ... about what we were going to do and how we were going to do it. We'd already kind of built plans up but it was kind of the last hurrah before we dropped the bomb. And i stood up and pulled out a picture of Ronald Reagan and said this may seem a little melodramatic, but 30 years ago, Ronald Reagan ... had one of the most defining moments of his political career, not just his presidency, when he fired the air traffic controllers. And I said, to me that moment was more important than for just labor relations or even the federal budget, that was the first crack in the Berlin Wall and the fall of communism ... in Wisconsin's history, this is our moment, this is our time to change the course of history ... for those who thought I was being melodramatic you now know it was purely putting it in the right context.
    Now Walker just needs public employees to go on strike. So he can make history.

  18. Wow, I wish I was as prolific as you, I think I try to write the next American Novel each time instead of treating it like a journal of well defined thoughts.

  19. This is a fast moving blog for a fast moving world.

    Who has the time to read a novel? I like reading the comments on here. JoeC and bfealk are my favorites. bfealk reminds me of Michael Moore. JoeC is more like a factory rat like me.

    Don't you love the anarchy in Madison? I wish I was there for that party.

  20. If you're not denouncing the thuggocRAT'S actions then you are condoning them. If you are making excuses for the goonion's actions then you are encouraging them.

    DemocRATS need to man up and denounce all this thuggery and childish behavior.

    That'll be the day.

  21. Liberalism/Greece The ole saying "you reap what you sow" is upon us! Division is the Game and its apparently working! Citizens picking Union over Country will have in the end made VERY bad Bargin!

  22. A highly connected source in Wisconsin politics tells me all hell is breaking loose at the state capitol.

    “Republican leadership was considering calling in SWAT teams or the National Guard. Plans have been set. We have almost completely lost control of the capitol building. Protesters now control the first and second floors and are amassing outside the governor’s office. The third and fourth floors are under control but we’re not sure what side our security is on. Law enforcement is leaking evacuation plans to the protesters. An official tried to evacuate through a secret underground tunnel and was turned back by protesters. No one is safe. Protesters have broken down doors, broken windows, Democrats are helping them into the building and they’re building momentum. They’re robo-calling like crazy, trying to pack as many people into the capitol so the Assembly can’t vote today. Right now there’s no way the Assembly can vote…we can’t secure the Assembly and we can’t protect our legislators. If the protesters fill up the capitol all the way, the governor would have to declare a state of emergency and hold a vote off site.”

    Stay tuned for more developments…

    UPDATES: Sources say: "Police control the lobby to the Assembly Chambers and they think they are in a position to take back control of the Assembly Chambers. However, right now all they control is the lobby."

    Photographer Bob Lee says protesters are being forcibly dragged by police out of the Wisconsin Assembly room. They are dragging and escorting the protestors that are blocking entrance to the assembly now.

    My God it's getting out of control here. People just started going crazy. I got some great video. You did say they would riot.

  23. MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Police have carried out more than a dozen protesters from a hallway in front of the Wisconsin state Assembly chamber. The protest comes in advance of a vote on a bill that takes away collective bargaining rights from public workers.

    About 200 people spent the night in the Capitol in protest over swift and unexpected passage of the bill by the state Senate last night. The nearly month-long standoff in the Wisconsin Legislature is rocketing toward an abrupt conclusion.

    Read the full story at

  24. I just want to say anybody who lives within driving distance of Madison, Wisconsin, right now should make their way to the capitol. I would love to see thousands of people there right now, in that capitol building, in the rotunda, on the lawn, whatever it takes. Really, this is really — this is war. This is a class war. All is fair in war! This is the death of unions and the middle class. If we lose Wisconsin we lose everything. Fight for the rights of unions. Come to Madison and Fight!

  25. No thank you Anon. It's too violent for my blood. I'll stick with the always peaceful and lawful Tea Party rallies.

    I will find some videos and post them later.
    We conservatives and bloggers must post the violence coming from these left-wing radicals. When anyone that isn't their ilk sees them they will know more about the left then they would ever want.

    The left-wing must be purged from our government.

  26. I hope the president stands with these violent protesters and union thugs. It will make 2012 that much easier for the Republicans to win big.

  27. I remember when Pelosi and the Black Caucus goated the Tea Party by walking through the crowed. Nothing was caught on tape. Other then a say it not spray it insident. Could you imagine if the Wis. Rep. did that?
    As protesters were removed from the Wisconsin capitol building Thursday, Republicans under police escort used a tunnel entrance to return to the chamber ahead of a landmark vote on stripping collective-bargaining rights from public workers.

    Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald predicted his chamber would pass the bill, after the Senate on Wednesday broke a three-week impasse by passing a pared-down version of Gov. Scott Walker's budget proposal. Senate Democrats held up the bill by fleeing the state, but Republicans crafted a version that allowed them to advance it in their absence.

    The scene in Madison was raucous as lawmakers prepared for a final vote. At least 100 protesters packed a hallway leading to the state Assembly, pounding drums, while the Democratic representatives gathered in front of the doors, which were opened just before 11:30 a.m. At least 50 protesters were carried out by police, and the building was locked down briefly while officers did a security review.

    Rallies against the bill have attracted thousands of protesters to the Capitol over the past several weeks. A vote on it had been held up after 14 Democratic senators fled to Illinois, leaving that chamber one short of the 20 members needed to take up any measures that spend money. Republicans got around that Wednesday by removing all spending measures from Walker's collective bargaining legislation and voting to approve it without Democrats present.

  28. Chris, your funny. On one hand you want the Tea Party to rush out and counter protest as you won't be intimidated, but when Pelosi and the Dems do the same thing they are goading?

  29. Steven, whatever to do with you? Can you make points or just cute little nicknames and personal attacks? I'm leaning towards not being able to, but maybe we'll find out some day. You might surprise me.

  30. At least Pelosi and the Black Caucus were safe surounded by Tea Partiers. The Republicans had to be taken out by tunnel. For the Tea Party to counter protest is one thing. What Pelosi did was goading. If Republicans had done the same thing they would all be hospitalized or worse. That is how sick and dangerous you libs are.

  31. @Joe, I assume you are referring to me, and not to Steven Blood?

    If so, I see you have no response to my pointing out what an idiot your little sob story makes you. Why Joe, that was a point right there. See, some of us are talented enough that we can make points AND make fun of you idiot DemocRATS all at the same time! There's also the point that your idiot over-paid friend has a thing called "freedom" wherein he is able to make his life choices himself. And oh, here's a point that I forgot to make, but if your idiot friend only makes $30,000/year, he probably has more disposable income than I do, since he doesn't pay taxes and is eligible for "free" medical and on and on and on. So go cry me a river idiot.

  32. Steven,
    Yes, i was referring to you. The only thing you routinely point out is how immature you are and that your incapable of forming a cohesive thought without name calling. I wish it were different but your not likely to grow up anytime soon.

    And Steve everyone pays taxes.

  33. Oh Joe, still no rebuttal except to cry about name-calling. Your buddy doesn't pay any income taxes idiot, are you playing dumb or actually dumb? And as I stated your idiot buddy probably has more disposable income than I do after paying all that I pay. Nice to be supporting that loser's ass. That loser is probably you, isn't it? Buncha liberal whining turds that take take take, and then bitch when they are asked to sacrifice a little. LOL

    Waaaaahhh ... my friend was a screw-off in HS and then he got in with the Teamsters and was STILL too stupid or too much of a jag-off to make more than 30K a year ... waaaaahhhhh ... let's give this useless bag of shit everything he wants to live the high-life. Let's tax the f**k out of productive people who take responsibility for themselves because liberals want to be free-loaders. Give me a break idiot. Sounds like a pretty cohesive thought to me. LOL

    In fact, that useless turd must be one of the non-union people that the unions hire to do their protesting for them. LOL, that's got to be the only way a "member" of the Teamsters can only make 30K, unle

  34. Steve, I don't rebut personal attacks you make here. Please grow up.

  35. This blog has alot of good Thoughts from all but on occassion me included we do tend to let personnel attacks and Rhetoric(Name calling Swearing) to take over subject matter. I guess its only human but Issues and Debate should be the Objective. Rhetoric protesting will always happen Rhetoric debating Issues does what to boggers Position on subject! Just my opinion!

  36. @Joe, I see you also don't rebut when someone proves what a total dipshit you are. Hey dipshit FMJ, did you give your friend any of my tips, such as quit whining and try to get a better job, not suckle off the tit of the taxpayer?


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