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Scott Walker, Emperor or FitzWalkerStan, visited my alma mater, the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee where he received a warm welcome from protesters urging him to
Focus on jobs, not vaginas
Good advice in a state that plummeted from 11th in the nation in job creation to 44th under the mismanagement of Scott Walker who is intent on doing everything but improve our state for anyone other than the 1% or his campaign donors.
One of the protesters pressed her sign to a window to display it inside the room Gov. Walker was in and did so until a Walker aide walked up to her an demanded it be removed. She refused affirming her rights and the Walker aide then requested the police get involved.
You can see the officer demand the sign be removed and then rip the sign out of the womans hands until he realized his actions were being videotaped. Had a camera not been present, no doubt the results would have been different.
Poor Snot Walker. Outside of the Capitol he and his lackeys can't count on police to be his palace guard or personal goon squad.
Thanks to the protesters and the woman who knew, and insisted upon, her rights.
(this space for rent until other news happens)
Originally posted to Puddytat on Wed Jul 10, 2013 at 02:37 PM PDT.