As far as Wisconsin goes…

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As far as Wisconsin goes...

When I look at the sit­u­a­tion I can’t really believe that peo­ple are actu­ally act­ing in this way.

If it was 20 years ago the media would be able to spin this dif­fer­ently, but in an inter­net and social net­work­ing age there is no pos­si­ble way for peo­ple on social net­works to see this for any­thing other than what it is.

Robert Stacy McCain keep updat­ing and each one is as unbe­liev­able as the last

And of Course it will be hard to hide the DNC’s role in this:

OfA Wisconsin’s field efforts include fill­ing buses and build­ing turnout for the ral­lies this week in Madi­son, orga­niz­ing 15 rapid response phone banks urg­ing sup­port­ers to call their state leg­is­la­tors, and work­ing on plan­ning and pro­duc­ing ral­lies, a Demo­c­ra­tic Party offi­cial in Wash­ing­ton said.

The @OFA_WI twit­ter account has pub­lished 54 tweets pro­mot­ing the ral­lies, which the group has also plugged on its blog.

And after all the self-​righteousness of the left they will be hard pressed to explain away the Hitler stuff.

I asked the woman if she thought Scott Walker was like Hitler, and she said “Yes.” So I said, “Are you say­ing that you think fas­cism could come to Amer­ica,” and she said, “It’s what’s happening.”

Jim­mie Bise believes the game is over:

At this point, the teach­ers’ union and their Demo­c­ra­tic sup­port­ers have con­ceded the argu­ment. They could not defend their refusal of Gov­er­nor Walker’s rel­a­tively small demands and so they launched into ridicu­lous ad hominem, vio­lent rhetoric (shud­der!), and, even­tu­ally, cow­ardly flight. We should take instruc­tion from what has hap­pened in Wis­con­sin over the past two days. Pub­lic sec­tor unions are, as I have said before, a blight on our states and nation. We should do every­thing in our power to rid our­selves of them entirely and make sure, by law if nec­es­sary, that they can never come back again. It would make me very happy if Gov­er­nor Walker fired every sin­gle teacher who called out sick over the past two days. They let down the tax­pay­ers of Wis­con­sin and, more impor­tantly, taught their stu­dents that it’s okay to lie, cheat, and steal in order to get what you want.

This is not a test of the union, it is a test of the vot­ers. If the vot­ers let this pass then they deserve every­thing they get in the future from these and the other unions. I can’t see ratio­nally how they can fail to decide that these par­a­sites are not worth a damn.

This is a real wild card, it shows that in the polit­i­cal world you never know.

Update: For­got to add this excel­lent point from Amer­ica is Conservative:

…watch­ing this play out in the news and com­par­ing it to the other head­lines where peo­ple are fight­ing for basic lib­er­ties really paints a strong con­trast to our pam­pered existence.

Bingo!

When I look at the situation I can’t really believe that people are actually acting in this way.

If it was 20 years ago the media would be able to spin this differently, but in an internet and social networking age there is no possible way for people on social networks to see this for anything other than what it is.

Robert Stacy McCain keep updating and each one is as unbelievable as the last

And of Course it will be hard to hide the DNC’s role in this:

OfA Wisconsin’s field efforts include filling buses and building turnout for the rallies this week in Madison, organizing 15 rapid response phone banks urging supporters to call their state legislators, and working on planning and producing rallies, a Democratic Party official in Washington said.

The @OFA_WI twitter account has published 54 tweets promoting the rallies, which the group has also plugged on its blog.

And after all the self-righteousness of the left they will be hard pressed to explain away the Hitler stuff.

I asked the woman if she thought Scott Walker was like Hitler, and she said “Yes.” So I said, “Are you saying that you think fascism could come to America,” and she said, “It’s what’s happening.”

Jimmie Bise believes the game is over:

At this point, the teachers’ union and their Democratic supporters have conceded the argument. They could not defend their refusal of Governor Walker’s relatively small demands and so they launched into ridiculous ad hominem, violent rhetoric (shudder!), and, eventually, cowardly flight. We should take instruction from what has happened in Wisconsin over the past two days. Public sector unions are, as I have said before, a blight on our states and nation. We should do everything in our power to rid ourselves of them entirely and make sure, by law if necessary, that they can never come back again. It would make me very happy if Governor Walker fired every single teacher who called out sick over the past two days. They let down the taxpayers of Wisconsin and, more importantly, taught their students that it’s okay to lie, cheat, and steal in order to get what you want.

This is not a test of the union, it is a test of the voters. If the voters let this pass then they deserve everything they get in the future from these and the other unions. I can’t see rationally how they can fail to decide that these parasites are not worth a damn.

This is a real wild card, it shows that in the political world you never know.

Update: Forgot to add this excellent point from America is Conservative:

…watching this play out in the news and comparing it to the other headlines where people are fighting for basic liberties really paints a strong contrast to our pampered existence.

Bingo!