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    Public Employee Union Dance-a-Thon Practice In Madison

    Public Employee Union Dance-a-Thon Practice In Madison

    On display in Madison, Wisconsin today, as related to me by reader Jim, who sent this photo:

    “This guy was next to me screaming for two hours. Here he is showing civility and tolerance to Sarah Palin.”

    What can I say, I look for the good in people. 

    This guy was not flipping the bird to Palin, he was just practicing for this year’s “Public Employee Union Dance-a-thon”:

    More images in my prior post.

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    jakee308 | April 16, 2011 at 10:13 pm

    He was signaling his appreciation for Sarah's defense of the mentally challenged by indicating his I.Q.

    I saw Sarah Palin in Auburn back in June of 2009; 20,000 people showed up to see her and hear what she had to say. There were a handful of protesters with signs — one wore a disgusting anti-Bush t-shirt — but even they were clapping for her halfway through her speech.

    As I look back on that, I figure they thought she was no longer a threat, since the election was over, and maybe they actually listened to what she had to say.

    And now? Now, she is a threat to them. But what do they fear she'll do? At least Tea Party members are specific; just look at their signs. But the people who protest Sarah Palin are just insulting her.

    He might have been indicating his IQ. But I can't determine if it's 1, 2, or 11.

    Hey, I know that guy! He lives near me just outside of Madison.

    Used to be a member of the tea party, even tried to sign me up. Now, he feels betrayed by Walker's tactics, since busting unions wasn't mentioned in his campaign.


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