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Pharaoh

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Hometown: Madison Wisconsin
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Occupy Quebec

Students in Quebec were asked to send their march route to the cops & they replied with this: (as seen on facebook)

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BREAKING: Scott Walker Says Aide Indicted Was Doing What She Was Expected To Do

MADISON - In a rare moment of candor, Scott Walker yesterday admitted to reporters in Madison that his indicted former fundraiser and deputy chief of staff, Kelly Rindfleisch, “did the things she was expected to do.”

Previously revealed court documents show that Rindfleisch stated she was hired to Scott Walker’s administration for the purpose of doing policy work for Walker’s gubernatorial campaign, and that she took her assignments from another indicted Walker aide, Tim Russell.

While on taxpayer time, Rindfleisch sent or received more than 1,300 fundraising emails, including hundreds with Walker spokesman, Cullen Werwie, who has prosecutorial immunity for his testimony against Rindfleisch, and Brett Davis, Walker’s preferred Lt. Gov. candidate who currently serves as the state’s Medicaid director.

In addition to her extensive illegal fundraising, Rindfleisch exchanged more than 1,000 emails with Scott Walker’s campaign managers on taxpayer time.

http://www.politiscoop.com/us-politics/wisconsin-politics/1406-breaking-scott-walker-says-aide-indicted-was-doing-what-she-was-expected-to-do.html

'We want NATO ended': Thousands march in Chicago






NATO's summit in Chicago has been greeted by crowds of activists pouring into the city streets to protest against the bloc's costly and deadly wars. Saturday saw clashes with police and further arrests, with the protesters pledging their numbers will swell over the next two days. RT's Anastasia Churkina is in Chicago.

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It's a bridge party here in Madison tonight! We have over 60 people on the bridge with a new message!

Republican Thugs - Since When Were Women Allowed To Vote? Edition

As Tom Barrett said in his victory speech last night “[W]e are united in knowing that we must work together to end Scott Walker’s ideological civil war.”.

In case you do not think there is and ideological civil war, here in WI, witness this lovely story of a Walker supporter in Chippewa Falls, WI.

A Chippewa Falls man who repeatedly tried to block his estranged wife from driving to the polls Tuesday was hospitalized with head, neck and back injuries when she struck him with her sport utility vehicle.
Jeffrey Radle, a Gov. Scott Walker supporter, was on foot.
Amanda Radle, a recall proponent, was in a Dodge Durango.
The pair had been arguing early Tuesday afternoon over who she was going to vote for in the gubernatorial recall election primary, said Chippewa Falls Police Chief Wendy L. Stelter.
"She was planning on voting for a certain candidate, and it wasn't the candidate he wanted her to vote for," Stelter said.
When Amanda Radle, 30, attempted to pull out, Jeffrey Radle, 36, stood in front of her, according to a police department statement. She nudged him with the vehicle several times.
Each time he would "retreat and re-establish his ground," the release said. "At one point he climbed onto the hood."
When she finally attempted to drive around him, Jeffrey Radle jumped in front of the vehicle and was hit. Aman da Radle left the scene and went to the police department to report the incident, the release said.


Line up ladies - Jeffrey Radle is now single! I wonder if he has the same interests as Robin Vos ? The way that Radle treats his wife, I wonder if he is related to David Prosser?

The point is this kind of behavior used to be saved for Packer losses only in our great state but now its is a common occurrence (see my republican thugs series) with the prevailing theme being the republicans get upset if anyone disagrees with them, they throw fits and rants and threaten violence, then call the liberals "crazy" . This really started the day that Governor Walker "dropped the bomb". From that moment on the Walker administration, and their lap dogs in the assembly, let it be known that there would be absolutely no negotiating with the democrats....who cares that they represent half of the state. The democrats were not even treated as normal human beings or peers. If their republican "leaders" term used loosely), act like this, what do they think would happen with their most fervent supporters? Why they would act exactly like Jeffrey Radle of course.

At least this story has a punch line, Radle's joke of a brother Mike.

"These crazy liberal nuts are always pulling this crap," said Radle's brother, Mike Radle, describing himself and his brother as firm supporters of Walker, the subject of the recall.

Ummm Mike.......nevermind!


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