Sunday, February 20, 2011

Media- shut up and learn

After attending yesterday's festivities around the Capitol, I have a few quick notes.

1. There may have been 3,000 Tea Baggers, and about 60,000 anti-Walker/ anti-Tea Baggers. The media portraying it as "equal, dueling" protests is their typical "both sides are equal" lie. If you weren't on the lawn on the one corner of the Capitol the baggers were, you wouldn't know they existed. Their show was so lame they baled 90 minutes ahead of schedule, and I only knew that because I then saw a few Walker signs heading to the other side of the Capitol.

2. Memo to the D.C. and New York media. This is not a budget issue in Wisconsin, it is a workers' rights and inequality issue. And trying to tie it into the federal budget is especially stupid, but since you have no clue about anything going on among people who make less than 6 figures or west of the Appalachians, it's not surprising that this is eluding you. And why is someone like George Will allowed to speak on ANYTHING outside the Beltway? The next contact he has with someone in a real job will be his first in decades.

3. The longer this goes on, the worse Scott Walker looks. If WisGOP had a brain, they'd take the concessions agreed to by the state unions. But they're dumb, so they won't, and they will be smoked over the next 2 years.


  1. Two years? You're too generous. I predict at least two, maybe three, Republican Senators gone before the end of this year.

  2. capper- They're not in my neck of the woods, we have the good guys over here. Get to work.

    And the 2 years basically covers the recalls and 2012 election cycle, which is increasingly setting up as Apocalypse 2012 for WisGOP every time they open up their anti-worker mouths.

  3. I predict one county employee and one permastudent gone this year.

    Tick tock, motherfuckers.

    Keep dreaming about recalls. Public unions are dead, and there's nothing your never-been-outside-the-classroom ass can do about it.

  4. Hmmm, and not even an attempt to refute what I said. Guess that takes effort, though.

    Dude. I've been "outside of the classroom" for the last 3 years, and I was out of the classroom for 5 more before I went back into it. You really have no clue who or what you're talking about do ya?

    And what a surprise, I take off the "Open ID" constraints, and this human garbage comes seeping in. I'm keeping this one up to show the level of weakling that rips on people who have a greater purpose than making a few shekels.

  5. Hey Princess, the clock is ticking alright. Guess for who. Alberta Darling is the first one going down.

    Then imagine the temper tantrums you'll be throwing. I laugh just thinking about it.

  6. Enjoy that suspension, Chris. There's no denying now, it's part of the public record.


    Your friends at CRG

    BTW, we've reported you to the WI State Police for death threats against Alberta Darling. Her office is looking into it as well.

    Enjoy prison.

  7. Ah, the ClASS of the average Walker-backer. Anyone with an IQ over 50 knows Capper meant Darling will be recalled, probably with much greater chances of success than Cretins for Republican Governance or whatever that Utah Astroturf group is. Irony and toughness aren't really your strong suits, are they, Koch-suckers?

    And with that, the Open ID requirements go back on.