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Obvious from the minute FoxNews jumped on the bandwagon, I'd say.
The Tea Party is a bunch of angry Republicans who complain about their government only because a Democrat is in office. Once he's out, they'll disperse and praise their Conservative leaders.
They're a group of a hypocritical slobs.
That's all there is to say about America's Tea Party.
Originally posted by DancedWithWolves
Link to watch protests live
Yesterday, a pro-union thug was arrested for trying to sabotage the sound system at the tea party rally in Madison, Wisconsin. I was standing up near the stage and completely missed this due to the size of the massive crowd.
"He was really angry, violent and not a fan of free speech... They're not nice people."
But also Saturday, a smaller yet equally passionate crowd appeared, supporting the Gov. Scott Walker, peopled by Tea Party activists, including a holdover from the 2008 presidential campaign.
"Unions don't deserve anything. You don't deserve anything. You work for it yourself," said "Joe the Plumber."
Pitched rhetoric filled the Madison air. Among others, Karen and Walt Nocito wanted to be heard.
"Public employees have been the Cadillac of employees, and it's got to stop," Walt Nocito said.
"We cannot continue this La La Land about paying union people so much money. There's going to be no America left," said Karen Nocito.
Rush slams the unions and describes the 'war' declared by unions against the taxpayers.
This is a critical moment in the nation's battle to dig itself out of debt and free itself from the iron grip of public union monopolies. As you know from reading this blog, the Wisconsin showdown has been a long time coming. I remind you that there are many brave workers exposing the corruption and costs of compulsory unionism. Today's syndicated column gives an overview of the Big Labor battle in Wisconsin — now spreading to Ohio and Indiana, where the DNC/OFA are organizing the community of grievance-mongers kicking and screaming against overdue reforms. --Michelle Malkin