Union Thugs Call for Blood on the Streets
Posted by avideditor on February 23, 2011
Over 15K tea party members come to support the governor in Wisconsin against the Union Thugs
Wisconsin Public Sector Union Protesters Are Racists
Doctors giving legitimacy to the Union Thugs in Wisconsin need to get their medical license revoked
Doctors giving legitimacy to the Union Thugs in Wisconsin need to get their medical license revoked 2 video evidence
Doctors giving legitimacy to the Union Thugs in Wisconsin need to get their medical license revoked 3 video evidence
Video of Drugged out Union Thugs and Anarchist in Wisconsin. Keep these commies away from our children fire and arrest them now.
Union Thugs continue to run away from the republic want to impose a tyranny First Wisconsin now Indiana
VOTERS SIDE WITH SCOTT WALKER… Only 38% Support Radical Gov Union Thugs
Union Thug and Jihadi Cartoons and comics laugh at the libtards and jihadis
Union Thug Commies in Wisconsin who will your rob when the wealth has been spread anti commie sign and link to Wi Tea Party pic gallery
The left has seized control of the country, the culture, the education system …… all of it. Very stealth, very smooth. America is waking up to it — and man, oh man, are they in for a rude awakening. But this is who they are and what we are dealing with. Gird your loins.
Meanwhile, while the left is robbing us blind and sentencing taxpaying Americans to what amounts to indentured servitude, the kids in Wisconsin, for example, can barely read.
Meanwhile — these pigs at the trough of your wallet are getting fat while failing miserably: Two-Thirds of Wisconsin Public-School 8th Graders Can’t Read Proficiently—Despite Highest Per Pupil Spending in Midwest
Give em mo monay!
Dem tells union members: ‘Get a little bloody when necessary’
By Michael O’Brien
Sometimes it’s necessary to get out on the streets and “get a little bloody,” a Massachusetts Democrat said Tuesday in reference to labor battles in Wisconsin.
Rep. Michael Capuano (D-Mass.) fired up a group of union members in Boston with a speech urging them to work down in the trenches to fend off limits to workers’ rights like those proposed in Wisconsin.
“I’m proud to be here with people who understand that it’s more than just sending an email to get you going,” Capuano said, according to the Dorchester Reporter. “Every once and awhile you need to get out on the streets and get a little bloody when necessary.”
Political observers have been the lookout for potentially incendiary rhetoric in the wake of January’s shooting in Tucson, Ariz., where Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D) survived an assassination attempt, six were killed, and 13 others were injured.
Political rhetoric has become especially heated in Madison, Wis., where Republican Gov. Scott Walker has proposed major labor reforms that sparked more than a week’s worth of rowdy protests at the state capitol.
“We take security seriously, whether it’s for me, the lieutenant governor and all 132 members of the state legislature, Democrats or Republicans alike, because there’s a lot of passion down here,” Walker said Tuesday on MSNBC about his safety in Wisconsin. “And particularly when we see people coming in being bussed in from other states, that’s what worries us.”
Capuano made his remarks before a crowd of union members in Boston, along with other members of the state’s congressional delegation. Massachusetts has an influential union population that could loom large over the 2012 Senate race. Capuano is considering getting in that race to challenge Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) next fall.
“This is going to be a struggle at least for the next two years. Let’s be serious about this. They’re not going to back down and we’re not going to back down. This is a struggle for the hearts and minds of America,” Capuano told union members.