Sigh. To update the sign even more completely, one could take into account Democratic Assembly member Marc Pocan's observation that "it feels like we're living in Fitzwalkerstan" now.
It's a sad day here in Wisconsin.Speaking of Fitzwalkerstan, Fitzgerald told Faux News last night: "If we win this battle, and the money is not there under the auspices of the unions, certainly what you’re going to find is President Obama is going to have a much difficult, much more difficult time getting elected and winning the state of Wisconsin." Yet more proof this was never about the budget.
Dianne and Anita - I haven't gotten around to posting about it because I have been super busy, but my family and my brother's family spent last weekend protesting in Madison. I don't put many pics of my kids on the blog, but if you want to see pics of some really cute kids holding anti-Walker and anti-Koch signs in front of the Capitol click on the photo of the ugly bald guy on this blog and it will take you to my Facebook page.
Thanks, Owen. I'll do that. There has been far too much Christian neo-con bourgeois commentary about the WI situation in my Facebook feed, requiring that I hit the "hide" button, so your photos will be refreshing.By the way, I hope to go to the tractorcade tomorrow. As you may have heard, WI farmers are coming to the square and driving their tractors around in a parade. That should help cheer me up.
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