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            Friday, September 12, 2014


Union Thuggery                          

We have seen this picture before in the Wisconsin’s union-induced long strange trip during the 2012 Recall Election:
Police insurrections.  Palace guards Catch a Senator contests.  Doctors behaving badly.  Massive national solidarity protests which weren’t Identity theft as political theater.  Shark jumping.  Legislators who run away to other states.  Busbang bangs.  Protesters locking their heads to metal railings and pretending to walk like Egyptians Beer attacks Canoe flotillas.  (alleged) Judicial chokeholds.  Tears falling on Che Guevara t-shirts at midnight.  Endless recalls.  And recounts.  Communications Directors making threats.   Judges who think they are legislators (well, I’ll grant you that one is common).  V-K Day Hole-y warriors.  Cities namedSpeculation and Conjecture.  And the funniest blog headline so far:
First They Came For The Right To Retire After 30 Years On Full Salary With COLAs
The collective bargaining law that precipitated the insanity recently was upheld in its entirely by the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Now the unions are doubling (or is it tripling, at this point?) down on the get Walker meme, viaWaPo:
The nation’s largest public sector union is mounting an intense effort to eject Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker from office this fall, determined to oust the Republican who punctured the power of organized labor in the state.
“We have a score to settle with Scott Walker,” Lee Saunders, president of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, said in his first interview about the union’s midterm strategy.
“He took collective bargaining away from us,” Saunders added, noting that the union was first started in the 1930s by state employees in Madison. “He stole our voices, in a state where we were born.”
Okay, then.
AFSCME may be getting a helping hand from the Democratic Prosecutor in Milwaukee County, John Chislhom, whose wife is a union activist and allegedly behind the John Doe investigation of Walker following the failed Recall attempt.
Will it be different this time?
(Continue Legal Insurrection)

At least with normal cancer you can treat it with radiation wait.  *Light Bulb*

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"The MSM Rule of Inverse Electoral Correlation:
The closer the presidential race gets, the louder the MSM declares that it’s over. And all this comes even as Clinton has had a terrible week—arguably her worst week ever, as the billowing smoke of financial scandal clouds herself and her family."

Shouldn't the stream end in her ear?
Whole new meaning to "stream of consciousness". Why is it that these low-info lefty dingbats all look like five miles of bad road ? Should have left her clamped to the fence. The brightness control on her TV won't make her any smarter.
Nuke the AFSCME thugs from orbit. It's the only way to be sure. Then the teachers' union officials.
The girl in the top photo? I say we just leave her there for a couple of days. Then bring her out with a sawz-all with blown bearings.
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