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If Governor Walker Doesn’t Put His Foot Down..

The loony left will continue to use the State Capital as their home You Know Damn Well The One’s Left Are Homeless People. I believe he needs to call out the National Guard since the Police will not do their job and clear the Capital. It is unionizing the Police and Firefighters that will make Americans rue the day Government unions were envisioned! It is just this reason that Conservatives must fight everyday for their 2nd Amendment RIGHT to bear arms. It has come to pass that you cannot rely on the Police for your protection, you must rely on yourself and your family. It is shameful the way the Police Departments and Fire Departments have acted in concert with Democrats to hold Americans hostage to their financial demands. It is un-American what they have done and now is the time to stop the insanity!

I was raised to be respectful of the Police Department and Fire Department members but what they are allowing to occur in these Republican States to keep their stealing (collective bargaining) from taxpayers is a bridge too far for this Conservative. I want them to be paid well and I want them to have benefits befitting the dangerous job they do however I do not like being held hostage to their demands. They need to wise up to the fact that Americans respect them but they are slowly killing that respect with their actions!

JadedByPolitics
Whoever has his enemy at his mercy & does not destroy him is his own enemy

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  1. I get the sense the cops are simpatico with this, Art. But I think you’re wise to urge restraint. I think the Guv can win w/o breaking skulls anyway. The trick will be in being able to make a record when the thugs try to “create an event”. Besides, i think today is the day layoffs begin, so let’s see what the pink slips will bring.

    • Yes, at some point in the future it may be necessary for reasons of law and order and other reasons to remove the squatters by force; but for now, I would allow them to stay. If the protesters were committing acts of property destruction, or worse, then I would obviously take immediate action, but given that the ultimate goal of passing the budget/bill that weakens the budget-busting union, I think the risks of bad removal PR; and given the huge net positive PR 24/7 on the TV for our side witnessing lib-Dem-union jerks facing a cool, calm and restrained GOP Gov, I think we would be politically wrong not to follow a political maxim: When your opponent is beating himself, step back and shut up, and let the enemy destroy themselves.

  2. I’m glad that this is happening as more and more people are being woken up to the destruction of state’s and towns budgets by the public sector unions. Their image isn’t wearing well on the majority of the electorate, and their tactics are even less popular. This is liberal politics at it’s worst.

    • I agree that time is the enemy of the Democrats…however, as a American I cannot stand the sight of lawlessness and that attack on a journalist was the straw that broke the camels back for me personally. This is America damn it not Egypt, the lawmaker saying he would fing kill that female lawmaker has shown the insanity that is infesting these thieves (Democrats, Unions) and if it isn’t stopped soon they will only be emboldened.

      • I couldn’t agree more Jaded. As you said, Gov. Walker needs to put his boot on the necks of the Unions and the hired help there to try to turn the country into Greece. So far Walker seems to be holding strong, and is not willing to back down, as well as the WI Republicans. If Walker decides to blink, the whole country is doomed from these parasites. I don’t think he will.

  3. A way to put pressure on Dems is time. Over time pressure will grow on the fleebaggers.

    Can’t the Reps continue on the rest of their agenda in areas that don’t require a quorum? I thought I read there was plenty to do.

    Managing the situation as far as Gov is concerned, is an art as well as a science. PR/Image is important but relevant principles, rules, law, constitution cannot be sacrificed either. At some point if nothing is done, fleebagging will become a precedent as the behavior is somewhat enabled by doing nothing.

    I see rules, law, principles driving what to do and PR/Image is how to sell it. Two mutually exclusive concepts that can work in harmony rather than pitted against each other.

  1. I get the sense the cops are simpatico with this, Art. But I think you’re wise to urge restraint. I think the Guv can win w/o breaking skulls anyway. The trick will be in being able to make a record when the thugs try to “create an event”. Besides, i think today is the day layoffs begin, so let’s see what the pink slips will bring.

    • Yes, at some point in the future it may be necessary for reasons of law and order and other reasons to remove the squatters by force; but for now, I would allow them to stay. If the protesters were committing acts of property destruction, or worse, then I would obviously take immediate action, but given that the ultimate goal of passing the budget/bill that weakens the budget-busting union, I think the risks of bad removal PR; and given the huge net positive PR 24/7 on the TV for our side witnessing lib-Dem-union jerks facing a cool, calm and restrained GOP Gov, I think we would be politically wrong not to follow a political maxim: When your opponent is beating himself, step back and shut up, and let the enemy destroy themselves.

  2. I’m glad that this is happening as more and more people are being woken up to the destruction of state’s and towns budgets by the public sector unions. Their image isn’t wearing well on the majority of the electorate, and their tactics are even less popular. This is liberal politics at it’s worst.

    • I agree that time is the enemy of the Democrats…however, as a American I cannot stand the sight of lawlessness and that attack on a journalist was the straw that broke the camels back for me personally. This is America damn it not Egypt, the lawmaker saying he would fing kill that female lawmaker has shown the insanity that is infesting these thieves (Democrats, Unions) and if it isn’t stopped soon they will only be emboldened.

      • I couldn’t agree more Jaded. As you said, Gov. Walker needs to put his boot on the necks of the Unions and the hired help there to try to turn the country into Greece. So far Walker seems to be holding strong, and is not willing to back down, as well as the WI Republicans. If Walker decides to blink, the whole country is doomed from these parasites. I don’t think he will.

  3. A way to put pressure on Dems is time. Over time pressure will grow on the fleebaggers.

    Can’t the Reps continue on the rest of their agenda in areas that don’t require a quorum? I thought I read there was plenty to do.

    Managing the situation as far as Gov is concerned, is an art as well as a science. PR/Image is important but relevant principles, rules, law, constitution cannot be sacrificed either. At some point if nothing is done, fleebagging will become a precedent as the behavior is somewhat enabled by doing nothing.

    I see rules, law, principles driving what to do and PR/Image is how to sell it. Two mutually exclusive concepts that can work in harmony rather than pitted against each other.

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