Friday, March 4, 2011

The Best Of Left-Wing Hate From 2010: OPEN THREAD

2011 looks to be a year full of more of this from the left-wing. Don't listen to what they say, they lie. Watch what they do, that's hard to fake.

Wisconsin Union Protest Causes $7.5 Million in Damages To Capitol Floor

Journal Sentinel: Madison - State officials said Thursday that damage to the marble inside and out the State Capitol would cost an estimated $7.5 million.
Cari Anne Renlund, chief legal counsel for the state Department of Administration, said in Dane County court that estimates of damage to marble includes $6 million to repair damaged marble inside the Capitol, $1 million for damage outside and $500,000 for costs to supervise the damage.
Much of the damage apparently has come from tape used to put up signs and placards at the Capitol.
It was not immediately clear how the estimates were made, though the state is apparently relying on opinions by historical architects, one of whom works for the U.S. Park Service.
One concern is the residue from tape that the state says is causing damage to stone and other surfaces inside the Capitol.
It's time we take care of this disease. Thank God the Republican Party is standing up to these criminals. And yes they are all criminals for letting this happen to public property. They are in charge of governing their own, just like the Tea Party is in charge of governing our own. Don't worry though because like our rallies we will clean up after ourselves and after them. It's what conservatives do, clean up after liberals.

                                            UPDATE: More violence expected from the left.

 BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Police in riot gear and holding batons are facing off with a growing number of protesters lined up outside a University of California, Berkeley where other protesters have chained themselves together on the ledge of an upper floor of the building.

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Television video shows hundreds of protesters on the ground yelling and chanting, while several protesters have chained themselves together on a narrow ledge of the fourth floor of the building.
The protest Thursday comes after university police said they arrested 17 people late Wednesday when they refused to leave a campus building during a protest against state education cuts.

All 17, including seven students, were cited for trespassing. Police Lt. Alex Yao says three people in the group also were booked at the Berkeley jail on suspicion of obstructing police.
The protest Wednesday was part of a day of action by students around the country opposed to education cuts.