Live Video Stream Of Wisconsin Protests Where Hundreds Of Protesters Rush Wisconsin Capitol, Vastly Outnumbering Security

Tyler Durden's picture

That didn't take long. Ann Althouse writes: "Meade, who is in the building now, tells me, by phone, that he saw a
window on the Wisconsin Avenue side of the building opened and
protesters entering through that window. He thought it seemed as if someone in one of the Democratic legislators'
offices had opened a window to let them in, and — once they were in —
many doors have been opened all around, and people have streamed into
the building. He says he counted 3 "troopers" — I'm not sure what the
official job title is for these security people — and that they were
absurdly overwhelmed by the crowd." So...Wisconsin is not Cairo?

More:

Meade said that he wasn't afraid that these people would become violent, and indeed many of them looked happy — or dazed — perhaps out of success in taking over the building. He didn't see any damage or dangerous behavior. Meade is taking video of what he is seeing, and I will have that for you later.

AND: Meade said that he didn't see how the security officers could possibly clear out the building and that there was nothing to stop any number of individuals from entering the building right now.

It is unknown if any Republicans were harmed in the making of this mini Cairo.

At least now we know what it takes to pull the average American away from The Jersey Shore...

For those who enjoyed the movie Sliver, here is the livestream of Wisconsin protests:


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Twindrives's picture

Obama's goons on the loose.

Ray1968's picture

Yup. The fight is over. Go back to Chicago

Instant Karma's picture

Time to go Reagan on them: fire them all!

 

Abitdodgie's picture

They can demonstrate as much as they want as long as they keep paying taxes

Sudden Debt's picture

In the great depression version 1, they invented THE RIOT GUN to get rid of crowds like that.

50 to 100 BUCK SHOTS INTO THAT CROW WOULD HAVE BEEN ENOUGH TO GIVE THOSE TROOPERS THE UPPERHAND!

also...

WHERE WAS THE NATIONAL GUARD?

I always though Americans where patriots that would be all to willing to shoot down non-patriotic "Americans" who most likely are communists or socialists.

If this where to happen in Iraq, a simple drone would have solved it all.

 

TAKE E'M DOWN! YOU HAVE A GO!

TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA

LOOK THAT KID IS CARRYING SOMETHING THAT LOOKS LIKE A RPG!!!

TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA

AND LOOK! A TANK THAT IS CAMOUFLAGED AS A AMBULANCE!!

TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA

 

base... all terrorists have been taken out...

but...

what the hell!

ON MORE ROUND JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT!!

TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA

 

 

Confused's picture

Wait, what? Please tell me you are joking? 

Bob's picture

Looks like nostalgic satire for all the neo-goons.

SWRichmond's picture

Well, if that's what it takes so we can watch what's going on without having to listen to that stupid cow droning on and on in her remarkably whiny and irritating lefty voice, it might be worth considering...does she think she looks good in those glasses?

MonsterBox's picture

Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico are calling for a no-fly zone over Wisconsin..... :o]

Xkwisetly Paneful's picture

Union bots can you estimate for me how many of these were minimum wage earning scabs hired by the unions to protest? The new union way.

Bobbyrib's picture

"WHERE WAS THE NATIONAL GUARD?"

Maybe they're in Iraq... We need troops strategically placed there to recover Saddam's WMD's.

Conchy Joe's picture

+2 and dock their last paychecks for the time they wasted

duo's picture

Deduct the bill for repairs and cleanup of the capitol building from the teacher's pay, equally.

Jaciems's picture

i see youve been watching fox news...

Confused's picture

fox news indeed. 

 

I'm sure the Capitol building has someone on the payroll to do that shit. No fucking way it costs that much. 

caconhma's picture

Fking American democracy in action. It is a circus.

PY-129-20's picture

Circus like Circus Maximus with wild beasts and gladiators?
Or circus like: Bozo the Clown?

thedrickster's picture

Indeed, the SEIU rent a thugs can go home.

There is still some meat on the IL carcass on which to nibble.

G-R-U-N-T's picture

Look at them...celebrating the right to be parasites....the right to make sure every filthy, stinkn' hard working tax payer cough up what they think they deserve. They act like we work for them. What arrogance...Good lord!

WE DON'T NEED NO STINKN' UNIONS!!!!

G-R-U-N-T's picture

Yep SK, perks, pensions, health-care, ridiculous undeserving salaries, shenanigans going on behind the scenes to cover up mismanagement of public funds, public officials/politicians looting the tax payer of every cent they can get away with through subtle covert deceptive tactics, the corruption, lying, cheating and stealing goes on, and on, and on....

We in the private sector have been more than generous to the public sector and we get rewarded by their union thugs and self obsessed politicians making trouble for us by trying to bleed us dry in the midst of an economic collapse. They have been spoiled to the point where their minds have been infected with the sickness of greed and like spoiled children with no boundaries they will have to be punished.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4tR6Aune0A&feature=related

Their review on their performance has just been published....They are definitely over paid! They wouldn't last 2 seconds in the private sector with a performance record like this....

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5gPmjfDMN5nHOpeSIZYLwkV...

 

 

JR's picture


The Problem:

82 percent of US schools may be labeled 'failing'

(AP) – 20 hours ago

“The number of schools labeled as "failing" under the nation's No Child Left Behind Act could skyrocket dramatically this year... the percentage of schools not meeting yearly targets for their students' proficiency in in math and reading could jump from 37 to 82 percent as states raise standards in attempts to satisfy the law's mandates…

The Implications: "The most severe consequences — interventions that could include closure or replacing staff — would be reserved for those schools where students have been failing to improve for several consecutive years.”

The Answer: More Money, More Staff…

(AP):  Paul Manna, a professor focusing on education policy at the College of William & Mary, noted…

"There's no way given the resources, the personnel available, to do what would be required, that they'd be able to do it."

Very informative, G-R-U-N-T. Thanks.

 

 

Bitch Tits's picture

We need unions now more than ever, to help counterbalance the overwhelming power that monied business interests have purchased and used to legislate away the working man's rights.

Now they can get their "government contracts" that will allow them to steal away our nation's resources and use them to profit only themselves, while paying the true owners of the resource sub-minimal wages to labor in direct conflict to their own interests.

Glad I got that out.

docj's picture

Funny that you don't think "unions" are part of the "monied business interests".

Bobbyrib's picture

Unions are definitely "monied business interests." Political campaign contributions should be set to the individual limitations. I don't understand why either side (left or right) believes that only their side (unions or corporations) should have more rights than the average citizen.

G-R-U-N-T's picture

Because either way the average citizen is always the one that get's the shaft!

Bobbyrib's picture

Corporations are now people. I'm going to form a corporation and register to vote twice, once in my own name and once in the corporations name. When they deny me, I'm going to sue and site the Supreme Court's recent decision regarding campaign contributions. Corporations are a group of individuals who may exist in the physical sense as people and in the make believe land of Neo-Conservative bullshit politics as another person. It's good to know the right never betrays the Constititution by dabbling in Judicial Activism.

MiddleMeThis's picture

Oh, I'm sure there is a nice loop hole in the law somewhere that protects Corporations from actually being "treated" as an individual when it comes to the laws of the land.  Otherwise some media hungry lawyer would have drawn up international murder charges (tying the Fed to the murders that occurred during the civil unrest riots in Egypt, Libya, etc.) against the Federal Reserve AND some felony theft charges against Wall St. banking firms.

With regard to the Unions; I'm not a supporter of what the union stands for today.  It is indeed a bloated organization that uses its members as puppets and a bank account for it's officials.  If anything, the union officials and any members acting out against the government will be deemed part of a terrorist organization and silenced. 

A Nanny Moose's picture

you forgot your /sarcasm flag...and look you were junked because of it.

HamyWanger's picture

I am not sarcastic at all. 

The sooner people accept that the destiny of every civilized country is to become a Welfare state, the better. 

Very soon, our President Dr. Barack H. Obama will proclaim a ban on gold and silver ownership, and the indefinite detention of bigot libertarians in FEMA camps. That would be a welcome action. 

I am not usually in favor of violent actions, but the people standing in front of progress (like bigot libertarians) must be stopped by all means. 

Arkadaba's picture

Thank you! Laughing once again.

JR's picture

I’ve dreaded to wake up to the morning  newspaper after every election since I’ve been old enough to vote to check how much more of my money the majority has voted itself, and they can’t stand one partial loss over all these years without tearing down the capital.  God help us all.

Creed's picture

good point JR

 

it's always the leftist whiners that get violent first

 

conservatives take a while because they have brains & know that once it gets started shit gets broke and SOMEONE HAS TO PAY FOR IT

Bobbyrib's picture

When they outlaw PM's (real stores of value) will you sit by and protest non-violently? What about the teabaggers who brought guns to an anti healthcare rally?

Burnbright's picture

Thanks for the laugh hammy.

A Nanny Moose's picture

Haha..well said, sir.

Doesn't mean it has to be tolerated.

glenlloyd's picture

man you have really reached a new low.

GT2021's picture

When are you libertarian cousins of the knuckle-dragging right going to figure out that it's not the scary "socialists" that threaten your future but the right-wing authoritarians (aka fascists)?

Human civil liberties are far more important than your fictitious "free markets," you impudent, arrogant morons.

faustian bargain's picture

lol...oh wait, you're serious. LOL. Always entertaining to read the 'deep thoughts' of a socialist who thinks he knows what libertarians are about. There's your arrogance.

StychoKiller's picture

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Only criminals and the Ignorati need a Govt at all!

duo's picture

I noticed the Dow futures are down 150+ since the WI vote.  How do you explain that?

iowaguy's picture

Those who labels others with whom they disagree with as bigots should look in the mirror to see the true face of their label.

Gene Parmesan's picture

It's almost as if people aren't familiar with the definition of the word.

SingleCross's picture
“First they came for the Communists, but I was not a Communist so I did not speak out. Then they came for the Socialists and the Trade Unionists, but I was neither, so I did not speak out. Then they came for the Jews, but I was not a Jew so I did not speak out. And when they came for me, there was no one left to speak out for me.”  Lukesdad

 Dietrich Bonhoeffer quote

pan-the-ist's picture

There don't appear to be any arrogant & ignorant libertarian/libertopian fools with the stones to respond to this.  Either they think their gated community/country bumpkin estate will protect them from the fascists, or... they are the fascists and don't even know it.