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    I have refrained from using that word so far, but the conduct of this mob towards one of Wisconsin’s Republican State Senators who was trying to enter the Capitol building is a reflection of a lawless mentality which has been rampant in Madison, and aided and abetted by some members the police unions.

    Kudos to the Democratic legislator who intervened to protect the Senator from the crowd and to keep the peace until Capitol police could rescue him.

    (h/t to reader James)(source)

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    jakee308 | March 2, 2011 at 8:09 am

    No kudos for the sheriff's deputies who're supposed to provide security for the capitol.

    Sheriff Mahoney (a Democrat) pulled the deputies.

    Mahoney said.

    "When asked to stand guard at the doors that duty was turned over to the Wisconsin State Patrol because our deputies would not stand and be palace guards," Mahoney said. "I refused to put deputy sheriffs in a position to be palace guards."

    What a putz. Unfortunately he just won re-election so it'll be awhile before folks can remove him.


    I never understood Walker's leaving the Fire and Police unions out of the bargaining rights fight. Maybe he realized he couldn't do both as the cops and firemen can be twice as vicious as the regular gov't. workers and because of the work they do can be more dangerous if they decide to strike.

    Just another reason pointing out why unions shouldn't be allowed in gov't.

    Gimme a T, Gimme a H, Gimme a U, Gimme a G, Gimme a S… What does it spell. THUGS

    "You don’t think there’s anything to these concerns?"

    Greed, envy, and sloth. Beyond that, I don't see much worth to them.

    sort of runic rhyme | March 2, 2011 at 10:15 am

    jeffrey C., also Ugh St.?

    One block north of Sesame, by the looks of it.

    Thanks Deekaman. I remember in 'How to Win Friends and Influence People' reading that everyone loves the sound of their own name. Well, Deekaman, I am flattered! You said mine three times, and to great condescending effect, but Deekaman, you did this while ranting about condescenion. I am not calling you names (other than your own), I want to understand how 'your side' sees things with some depth.

    Instead of talking about entitlements, it might me more productive to talk about earned vs. unearned income. Just for the sake of mutual understanding.

    Thanks Deek.

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