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Protesters Leave Wisconsin Capitol After 17 Days

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posted on Mar, 3 2011 @ 11:47 PM
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Protesters Leave Wisconsin Capitol After 17 Days


www.newusanews.com

Protesters wake up Thursday outside the state Capitol in Madison, Wis., after spending the night. The Wisconsin Department of Administration officials shut the doors to many protesters and some chose to sleep outside Wednesday. Pro-union protesters had to vacate the Capitol on Thursday, the 17th day of demonstrations, after a judge ordered the building closed at night.
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posted on Mar, 3 2011 @ 11:47 PM
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Protesters wake up Thursday outside the state Capitol in Madison, Wis., after spending the night. The Wisconsin Department of Administration officials shut the doors to many protesters and some chose to sleep outside Wednesday. Pro-union protesters had to vacate the Capitol on Thursday, the 17th day of demonstrations, after a judge ordered the building closed at night.

www.newusanews.com
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posted on Mar, 3 2011 @ 11:54 PM
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go home, take a shower, sleep in a real bed, come back tomorrow..yep.

I loved how the senators were basically putting the protesters as just a bunch of slobs...meh, these idiots will be out soon enough anyhow. 2012 will have a few wisconson senators scratching their head wondering if they did the right thing by doing something about as popular as kicking a kitten on television.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 12:46 AM
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You mean unpopular things like Gov. Christie of New Jersey did? Who not only reduced spending and waste, buyt managed to do that, fix other issues all without raising taxes..

I would rather vote for a person who does something unpopular than a person who decided not getting their way was more important than doing their jobs.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 01:09 AM
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Those protesters need to grow a pair if they’re going to get their point across…

17 days of protest and they all leave, to “get a shower and come back tomorrow?” It seems as though this protest is becoming rather timid.

They’re gonna need to burn some cars or something. Honestly, picketing is cool and stuff, but it ain’t no way to start a revolution.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 01:50 AM
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Had the goverance being governing these issues would never come about, It's responsible to Responsibility
People wanting the quick easy that was taught to them, some frack up so what's the quick easy. Stop and go back. Who fract up and where did they frack up, Someone starting changing all the safeguards and implementing new rules, Stop and go back Who is that someone, we need to have a chat! Stop and halt everything. People will than start to take notice and listen very quick like, If one can not afford it than none can!
Stopping is a choice changes the rules in A instance,

Once the old man who ran a military base, heard all kinds of complaints about his men and women who worked there from the city where the base was, so on payday he issued nickles to all the men and women who worked at that base, than he waited for all the complaints than got a complaint from the mayor, the said all the bussiness are complaining including the banks of all the nickles. The old man of the base said The men and wonem work hard for there pay sometime they let loose and get of hand a bit, goes to show how much business in this city relys on these people, I don't think it's too much of a problem do you?

Figure it out yet?



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