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   So, yesterday, a loud crowd of New York labor people and other supporters lined the street to give Scott Walker a message: go home...where you can be recalled. You aren't welcome in New York.


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   Walker was there at a featured speaker for a Republican National Committee fundraiser at the Sherry Netherland Hotel--which is on the corner of 59th and 5th Avenue, right near the entrance to Central Park. Yes, we have Republicans in New York City--many of whom work in Wall Street...and we know how all that turned out.

    Here is the flavor:

   The Job Party had organized previous demonstrations against Walker and we imported a bunch of cheeseheads for those rallies--and the cheeseheads were back!
The cheeseheads take on Scott Walker in NYC

   And the rats were out too. If you've even been in New York City long enough, you probably ran into one of these rats--placed at non-union construction sites or just standing guard at pro-labor rallies to express our feelings about the enemies of labor.
The Rats were there too

    Rally participants looking at the hotel where Walker and his thugs were gathering:
Scott Walker was raising corp cash across the street

   Labor was everywhere
Labor in the house

    And the theme was all Wisconsin...
Scott Walker gets the Bronx Cheer

    He will never find a place to be in peace.

3:03 PM PT: Ok, gotta run--baseball game calls...OY, not to spoil the love we have for each other, I just realized--Brewers vs. Yankees. Please forgive me.

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Originally posted to Tasini on Wed Jun 29, 2011 at 02:48 PM PDT.

Also republished by Badger State Progressive and Progressive Hippie.

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