As the siege of Madison begins its third week, a GOP legislator was accosted on Tuesday by literally hundreds of union thugs and other radicals as he tried to enter the statehouse. Among those unions appearing in the video below [via Gateway Pundit], AFSCME, IBEW, MTI (Madison Teachers, Inc.), SEIU, UFCW and WEAC were all accounted for.
Take the time, watch the video (as disturbing as it is), then watch the video of National Education Association General Counsel Bob Chanin (below the fold).
Spend just two more minutes watching Bob Chanin’s eloquent speech to educators on the important work the NEA has done for the kids themselves.
Did you really think we were finished on November 2nd?
There is no middle ground in this fight. You either stand for individual rights and freedom, or let them own you and your descendants.
There are no longer any shades of gray.
__________________ “I bring reason to your ears, and, in language as plain as ABC, hold up truth to your eyes.”Thomas Paine, December 23, 1776
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