Wedding reception on the Wisconsin protest line

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17 Responses to “Wedding reception on the Wisconsin protest line”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I head she’s into “collective bargaining,” if you know what I mean.

  2. noen says:

    Meanwhile the fascists in Wisconsin are harassing elected Democratic representatives.

    Video Apparently Shows Wisconsin Rep Getting Tackled By Officers

    • Rayonic says:

      So wait, are the police honorable sympathizers with the protesters, or fascists? Does it change daily?

      • noen says:

        “So wait, are the police honorable sympathizers with the protesters, or fascists?”

        Walker is bringing in police from outside districts as the local police refuse to participate in his un American and unconstitutional seizure of power. He has now disabled the representatives’ key card. Yes, that’s right, in the United States of America a governor has barred duly elected representatives from entering the capital building.

  3. ogvor says:

    I support what the protests in Wisconsin and would wish this couple a happy marriage, but I suspect many a liberal would think it real weird and just a little tacky if a couple got married at a Tea Party rally.

    • notasheep says:

      It’s hard to compare the Tea Partiers, all of two years old, with a 150 year old trade union movement.

      Hell, the Tea Party ain’t even potty trained yet.

  4. Neon Tooth says:

    These must be more of those violent hateful protesters that Fox keeps telling us about.

    • Winnie12 says:

      >These must be more of those violent hateful protesters that Fox keeps telling us about.

      No, those would be found here:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEq-wj4_W7o

      >”…and then rush back to the pro-labor protests outside the state capitol”

      No one is anti-labor. The legislature granted the government employee unions collective bargaining through legislature, and not it is taking them away through legislature. It is both a legal and fair process.

      • Raj77 says:

        “No-one is anti-liberty. The legislature granted personal liberty through legislature (sic- you mean ‘legislation’) and not (sic) it is taking them away through legislature. It is both a legal and fair process. Now get in the back of the van, you’ll get your jumpsuit when you arrive at the facility.”

        Hyperbole for a larf, but do you see that your point is extremely simplistic?

      • mdh says:

        only once they get quorum! (denying quorum is an even older practice than collective bargaining)

  5. anharmyenone says:

    On their wedding night, he can go looking for the union label.

  6. ADavies says:

    They say this is about sacrificing together, but the workers have already said they are willing to take cuts.

    It’s fair for the workers to keep their right to organize and bargain collectively – so that when things get better the situation of public workers also improves.

  7. telaquapacky says:

    Wisconsiners should learn to sing “Union Maid,” and “I’m Sticking With The Union.” Those machines destroy Fascists. And somebody ought to write a new agit-Folk song about the Koch brothers and all their products we ought to boycott. Even if we lose, we might as well get some cultural benefit from this thing.

  8. Cook!EMonstA says:

    Sensenbrenner? Any relation to the Old Curmudgeon from WI5?

    As for the police, there is a lot of variation in the forces. In Madison there is the city police, the Capitol police, the Dane County Sheriffs office and the State Patrol. I’m not sure who did the tackling but I heard it was a simple mistake.

    I’ll see what I can do about the new song.

  9. Cook!EMonstA says:

    Here is a new song. I didn’t do it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZy5o-18co4

  10. Cook!EMonstA says:

    Here is another. My wife has been finding them.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jN-vIdszY5w

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