Police Won’t Boot Protesters From Wis. Capitol

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The occupation of the Wisconsin Capitol by protesters fighting efforts to strip public workers of union bargaining rights carried on Sunday after police decided not to forcibly remove demonstrators and end a nearly two-week-long sit-in.

Roughly three hours after a deadline to vacate the building had passed and as police officers continued to look on quietly, protest coordinator Erika Wolf took to a microphone and announced: “There’s really awesomely good news — that we’re going to be able to stay here tonight.”

A cheer went up from the several hundred protesters who had ignored a request from the state agency that oversees the Capitol to leave by 4 p.m. so that the normally immaculate building could get a thorough cleaning.

“If you want to leave — it’s totally cool, because the doors will be open around 8 a.m.” on Monday, said Wolf, 25, who works with the United Council of University of Wisconsin Students.

But many said they would stay and again sleep inside the Capitol, which protesters have filled with chants, catcalls and song since their demonstration began on Feb. 15.

“It was a victory for peace. It was a victory for democracy,” said Kara Randall, 46, a massage therapist from Middleton who had already spent five nights at the Capitol.

Demonstrators began camping out inside the Capitol two weeks ago in an effort to fight legislation proposed by Wisconsin’s new Republican governor, Scott Walker, that would strip most of the state’s public employees of the right to collectively bargain.

Labor leaders and Democratic lawmakers say the bill is intended to undermine the unions and weaken a key base of Democratic Party voters.

Walker argues the Republican-backed measure would help close a projected $3.6 billion deficit in the 2011-13 budget, and that freeing local governments from having to collectively bargain with public employee unions would give them the flexibility needed to deal with forthcoming budget cuts.

Wisconsin Capitol Police Chief Charles Tubbs said demonstrators who had occupied all three floors of the Capitol would have to relocate to the ground floor overnight. Anyone who left the building was barred from returning until Monday morning, although police did allow union officials to bring food into the building for the protesters.

No demonstrators would be arrested as long as they continue to obey the law, Tubbs said. By late evening, the air smelled of pizza and lemon-scented disinfectant as demonstrators quietly ate dinner and several janitors worked around them to clean the Capitol’s marble floors.

“People here have acted lawfully and responsibly,” Tubbs said. “There’s no reason to consider arrests.”

Walker’s spokesman declined late Sunday to comment on the police decision to keep the Capitol open to the demonstrators. In an interview earlier in the day on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Walker said the lengthy protests haven’t eroded his resolve to push forward with his legislative agenda.

“Year after year, governors and legislators before us have kicked the can down the road,” Walker said. “We can’t do that. We’re broke. It’s about time someone stood up and told the truth in our state and said here’s our problem, here’s the solution and let’s do this.”

Walker’s proposal stalled in the state Senate when its 14 Democratic lawmakers fled the state for Illinois, leaving the legislative body one vote short of a quorum. The Democratic senators have vowed to stay away from Wisconsin for as long as it takes.

One of the Democrats, Sen. Lena Taylor, tweeted her support to the protesters who remained: “Thank you for exercising your 1st amend right – I’m glad my actions give you opportunity to stand/sit/express yourself!”

Sue Knetsch, 53, of Waupaca, said she stayed away from the Capitol throughout the nearly two weeks of protests, but that she brought her 21-year-old son, Taylor, to the Capitol on Sunday as a lesson in democracy.

“I just want him to know you can do something — his generation is walking around passively saying, `It doesn’t matter,”‘ said Knetsch, who said she had been arrested at age 17 while protesting the Vietnam War. “This is awesome. I’m a little nostalgic.”

As the deadline to leave the building arrived at 4 p.m., organizers who commanded a microphone on the ground floor urged people to remain until police physically tapped them on the shoulder and asked them to leave. Some individuals left in groups of 10 or 20, while most remained behind. Hundreds of other protesters watched from one floor above, the informal gathering place for those who expected to be arrested.

After the deadline passed, hundreds of protesters on the Capitol’s upper floors picked up their energy level, chanting “peaceful protest,” and “Whose house is this? Our house.” At one point, the crowd sang the national anthem.

Others decided to leave once it became clear police were not going to force anyone to go. Rusty Johnson, 35, of Arena, said after nearly two-days straight inside the Capitol, he needed to get home to see his two kids and get ready for work on Monday.

“If I had expected us to be able to maintain this occupation, I would have made different arrangements,” Johnson said. “This didn’t come down like we were expecting.”

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  • helper

    Why are republicans so whiny? Why do they always want to support corporations and the elimination of worker protections?

    • Austin

      Who is doing the whining in Madison now? If you are independantly wealthy then by all means give your money to the unions for their beloved teachers.Do not point a gun at my head and force me to pay for something that does not work and has caused a 3.7 billion dollar budget shortfall.

      • jimmy

        Again a tea pary reference to a gun to the head. Wasn’t the murder of one 9 year old girl enough for you.

      • dmc

        So you are blaiming the teachers and nurses for the 3.7 billion dollar budget shortfall – how about the financial backers of Walker who go sweet tax breaks – is that not an issue – how about the public pensions that already have decreased by 40% – how about having to take care of Grandpa and Grandma in the nursing home or all the peoplle who have no heallth insurance becasue the big buddy fat cats are using free market to get rid of that benni – they go to the ER and we all pay.

      • Just A Guy

        Austin said:
        “If you are independantly [sic] wealthy then by all means give your money to the unions for their beloved teachers. Do not point a gun at my head and force me to pay for something that does not work and has caused a 3.7 billion dollar budget shortfall.”

        If people are independently wealthy, chances are they are sending their kids to private schools. I had no idea that public school teachers and unions alone caused the entire 3.7 billion dollar shortfall. If the education system isn’t working, it’s probably because resources are stretched too thin to begin with.

    • Dennis Greeley

      Well look at president bush he would do anything for money
      he was always for the rich because he always has his hand out.I’ll grease the wheel just as soon as you hand over the green backs or you need what done
      I want you to take care of this for me. But theres one better yet wheres those
      Nuclear weapon that you sent our troop to war with Iraq I think that was a
      smoke screen to keep the economy from taking a nose dive while you were still
      In office so it would be on someone elses watch.

    • Tom


      You know what is so confusing? These people bashed the “bailout” that kept these corporations afloat, then they turn right around and defend them in this situation. The states that are being run by Rep Gov are all saying the same thing “we need to protect the corporations and the wealthy as they are the ones who will some day we hope bring the jobs back”. Because the Tea Party in Wisc have said that corp should not have too pay taxes.

  • Jason

    Why do unions vote demcrate all the time. It not about worker protection, its about the choice whether to be in a union or not. Most in the public sector dont have a say in the matter. CHOICE iITS THE AMERICAN WAY.

    • Jerry

      The public sector made its choice not to join, or form its own union.
      Now they are envious of those who have and want to cry fowl.

    • Mike

      The American way? Those of us who work each day for an employeer do so, but lets be real, the American working model without collective bargaining is working under a DICTATORSHIP! That is THE AMERCIAN WAY………….
      Unions vote Democratic because Republicans are in business TO DESTROY UNIONS! How could it be any more clear?

      PS. I never heard of any union doing the voting at the polls on behalf of its members. Members cast their votes with no one else in the booth, just like you do!

    • Wesly

      Why do unions vote democrat?read the article and think.

      This is what hard line Republicans do to unions
      I cannot figure out why anybody from the working classfrom an economic sense votes republican

      • Ricky

        We vote republican because they want government to be limited, and live within it’s means. The republicans also want to stop the hand outs and limit entitlement programs that are bankrupting our state

    • ps

      WRONG only 97% of the time

      • james

        @You go WI Gov…
        I believe the point Irv is trying to make is parallel with the book entitled “Perfectly Legal”, written by David Cay Johnston, a Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter. No need to recite the book, I would suggest it to everyone, but a couple of key points are:
        1. Real wages adjusted for inflation on an average for the 30 years between 1970 and 2000 have had a $0.05 per hour increase. (Chapter 2)
        2. Income Growth for the bottom 99% of wage earners (of which Irv, yourself and myself are members) have had an income growth of $2710 while the top 1% have had an increase of $20,328,482. (Chapter 3).

        Couple those two facts together and I hope you understand why getting $800 a year didn’t get me real excited about the Bush era tax cuts (an I’m a Republican by philosophy and it took some strength to look in the mirror and be honest about this topic). So I leave you with this question…Is this just the beginning of class warfare in our country between the those that have very little and those that have nearly everything? In otherwords, this issue is really analogous to something much more structral in our society.

    • Irv

      You do have a choice to be in the union or not. Most decide to because the union will provide legal help when a crazy parent tries to sue you (less your guilty). Many schools do not. Unions negotiate on your behalf. Individauls can not. As a matter of principal the Dems tend to support education and strong worker rights. As a matter of principal Rep tend to support wealthy buisness owners intersts. Just look at how cozy Walker was with who he thought was David Koch yet he wont even talk with a single protester.Look at who Bush’s tax cuts helped. Not me. I only make $50K a year while the tax cuts only help if you make over $200k. Who is Walker looking out for? Not the little guy.

      • Jason

        So as an individual im not able to represent myself? Give all you rights and power over to the union because they always represent your best interest. Sounds like youve given up. Thank you very much but I have my own voice. Also now that I think of it, seems like the federal government and the unions have alot in common.

      • You go WI Gov.!!!!

        Irv you might want to double check the facts about the Bush tax cuts because it actually benefited all of us that made in the 50K range, why do you think the Dems were so adamant about only extending them for the middle class earners. You may not think it benefited but trust me it did.

      • Jake

        Actually, Irv, if you read the article again, union membership is not always optional, especially among public employees. Note again the paragraph where Democrats in Indiana blocked a Republican-offered bill that would emilinate union membership as a condition of employment. The Republican bill would not have ended the union, it would have eliminated mandatory union membership. Why would the Democrats require union membership? It’s probably pretty simple. Mandatory membership means mandatory dues. Mandatory dues means more political funding available. Those political funds go almost exclusively to Democrats.

  • Jason

    Also I find it strange that alot of demonstrators are not from the Madison area let alone the state. This whole public “OUTRAGE’ is being misrepresented. I would be willing to bet that many locals are either neutral or againts the union. After all they are the people being told to pay more, property taxes, sales tax, and such.

    • Tom

      How much are you willing to bet Jason??? Because you are dead wrong son…I’m there..the only people being brought in are from the Teaparty…fool!!

    • Bryson Powers

      ALL of the teabaggers were bused in.

      • merks

        Bryson just put his ignorance and hate on full display with his comment.
        Now tell me what group harbors all the hate and violent rhetoric not to mention over a dozen union members have been arrested.

  • change in the air

    Even this story is not telling the truth, it’s not about ALL unions only PUBLIC SECTOR UNIONS. FOR years ALL Democrat politicians would cut Cops and Firefighter Jobs. UNLESS they raised more taxes for ALL of the public workers
    ( that at one time made less than their counterparts in private sectors ) But that is not true anymore. Most in public jobs get equal or better pay and still have all their benefits. I think the general public would like to reel in Government spending and this is one way to start. Now maybe the Wis. Gov. could have been alot more diplomatic about it. BUT something has to be done.
    And to those lefties that use the Constitution as a tool for the protests. READ it first then speak.

    • one more thing

      If I where a public worker do I want to pay more in poperty, or income tax ??
      ofcoarse not,,,,Unless I pay 100.00 dollars more a year in taxes to make 1000.00 more in my paycheck. BOTOM LINE + 900.00 . I wish I could vote in my job like that.

      • Jerry

        You can, one more thing, Unionize.

      • Irv

        I agree. We shouldn’t be paying these people anything more than babysitter wages. $3 per hour is all they need. Lets do a little math and see how much we could save. $3 per hour per kid. And only while they see kids so 6hours per day. And only for the number of kids in their class, so say 25 kids per hour. Thats $450 per day. And only for the days they work, 180. Thats, wait a minute thats $81K. That doesn’t add up. You mean my private day care provider makes that much more than our public teachers. Yes they do. Make all school private and try paying for that. Average private school tuition is $14K. You pay a lot less than that for your public workers. Better recheck your sources.

    • Deb

      Has YOUR GOVENOR taken a cut yet? Has congress??? Has he or they told you where they are gonna hurt??? NOPE!

  • Jerry

    @ Jason, I think you’ve answered your own question, there is not freedom of choice without unions. Corporations are not democracies, they don’t give you a vote, you do what ever they tell you, and pay you what they feel is a living wage.

    • Jason

      @Jerry, well if a company isnt paying me what I think is “fair” I have the choice to find another job, or go back to school and gain some more desireable skills. Your statements sound so hopeless. I guess some of us dont understand that there isnt an evil corporation that is oppressing its employees in this one. How can you negotiate against the taxpayer. To try and defend that is bizarre.

      • Aren't you adorable

        Ever heard of non-compete contracts? They are standard requirements for employment in states that enforce them. Basically it is an anticapitalistic method of depressing wages by legally preventing an employee from moving to a competitor. I am subject to one for two years following leaving my current employer. This either artificially depresses my salary since it is not subject to normal market supply-demand, or introduces an inefficiency into the market if I switch to a job outside my area of expertise to comply with the noncompete contract. Good luck trying to negotiate that out of your contract…1 person has no leverage against $2BB corporation. Given a very qualified applicant and an acceptable applicant, the one willing to sign the noncompete gets the job.

      • Jerry

        Jason, What we have here is a Governor who is targeting unions that didn’t support his election.

    • correction for all

      WE ARE NOT A DEMOCRACY,,, WHEN WILL AMERICANS GET IT. We are a Represenitive REPUBLIC. you know like in the Pledge of Allegiance. …. and to the Republic for which it stands….

      • tiredandretired

        Yet, we advocate “spreading Democracy” world-wide. Must be a good thing. If the U.S. Govt. believes that it’s desirable for the rest of the world, we should also be pursuing it here. Otherwise, it’s the epitome of hypocrisy.

      • Jerry

        I used the word democracy because that’s the word our manager used to describe the environment we worked in.

    • Victim Du Jour

      Corporations are owned by shareholders and shareholders are people, just like Union Members.

      I don’t get what is so bad about corporations. Unions have a much bloodier history in the United States.

    • Jake

      Actually, Jerry, corporations are a democracy, at least in relation to employment in this country in the present day. Unless you previously and voluntarily agreed to a contract that dictates otherwise, you may vote with your freedom to “take your talents” (sorry LeBron) wherever you are able to find a willing buyer for your efforts at a price you are willing to accept.

      • jerry

        Jake, have you heard of the term, Golden Handcuffs? Those are the benefits you give up to take your talents elsewhere, things like pension, and vacation time.

  • Bryson Powers

    The Unions were already giving concessions. This is about Walker taking away collective bargaining rights with his ukase. Even Governor Christie, a Repub, says he believes in collective bargaining. Walker shouldn’t have gotten kicked out of Marquette University, it looks like he lacks education.

  • pat

    Collective bargaining, “Hey guys should we vote ourselves a raise and give ourselves more benefits?” “Naw that would mean the taxpayer has to pay more taxes” “So what, that is our collective bargaining right”.

    • Deb

      You have no idea how things work.

  • Murph

    The Wisconsin Constitution declares that residents have the right to hunt and fish! Also to recall idiot politicians.So… once the states citizenry has their wages devasted by the GOP,they can still get something to eat! Hey,Wisconsin babes,’I’ve got minnows” !

    • Jake

      I hate to break this to you, Murph, but the minnows have organized and have completely altered the terms of your relationship with them. They demand a better bucket with warmer water, less crowding, and shorter shifts on the hook. And they refuse to be subjected to watching you hit on Wisconsin women. They say it’s inhumane.

      • Jason

        @ Jake Funny! I like.

      • pat


  • Irv

    Should we ban all the Republicans who take money from the billionaires such as the Koch brothers?

    • Jerry

      Ban? The Supreme Court just opened the flood gates to allow corporations to donate their money.

      • mark from mntaxwaste.com

        @Jerry, And why do you think they should not?

        • Jerry

          Corporations are a big part of the problem we’re in, sending our jobs and technology to foreign counties. As far as share holders being part of a corporation, anyone with enough money to buy stock has enough to pay their taxes.

    • PAUL


      • mark from mntaxwaste.com

        @PAUL I agree, well said

        • jIM


          • nc

            Do we live under a dictator in a country where the rich and mighty round up anyone who would disagree with them?

            • Julie

              you don’t have to be rich,mighty, CEO to tell someone/group that they have outlived their stay. there is nothing worse than someone/group who have outlived their stay.

              it’s not helping the cause, they can come back the next day at 8AM.

              • nc

                No matter how many people protest, call and write to Governor Walker about the bad policies in the Budget Repair Bill; it will become law. It is sad but true, because Governor Walker already made up his mind and he will not back down. America as we knew it is gone.

                • Tc Radiodj

                  Acutally nc, you are partially right. However, it is not Walker’s fault. It is the unions greedy hand that did this. Honestly, it is about time someone grew a pair and is standing up against them. The political system doesn’t run this country. Unions do, however, not for long. Thank god for that!

                • Sarah

                  again… protesting at 2 am in a rotunda = aunt that over extends her stay at your house.

                  Clear the funk….

            • nc

              Do you actually know what a union is? A union is all of the people standing in unity to protect each other and make sure working conditions are safe and pay is decent. They do this because corporations look at the bottom line and spread sheets when they need to cut costs. They forget that GOOD workers are a vital part of a prosperous company. The union is suppose to help them negotiate a mutually beneficial package of pay and benefits.
              Something has gone wrong with unions when the representatives rake in loads of money and do not protect the worker.

    • TB

      Sure. Right after we ban the dems who take money from billionaires like Soros and the hollywood gang. Why be a hypocrite?

    • mark from mntaxwaste.com

      @Irv just as much as the Dems take from the Unions

  • Victim Du Jour

    Laws are getting vague, and people are being charged serious crimes for Social Worker, Mental Health, Correctional Officer Unions.

    Unions are attacking Freedom, and filling up Prisons and jails to keep their unfunded pensions going.

    • ps

      the only reason that jails and prisons are getting full is because they were convicted of a crime Don’t blame Unions for full prisons …………..remember you do the crime you do the time ………………….ask madoff,petters,or hecker

      • tiredandretired

        …and eventually, Walker.


    It is not about the kids that is for sure! It is about the spoils….$100,000 for 8 months of work…and every holiday off plus 2 weeks at christmas and spring break? In College we would ask, for self protection. “What is your major?” If they answered “finger painting” (elementary Ed)…we run for cover! Spoiled brats who is what these public unions are!

    • ps

      QUIT WINNING you had the same chance as anyone else to get an education and make something of yourself and get a great public sector job and enjoy all the benifits we don’t have anymore after making consessions every two years when we renewed contracts

  • Jason

    Unions are gone. They have been on the way out for years now and this is their last gasp. The union thugs and bosses will have to go back to organized crime for a living.

    • Jerry

      Jason, Unions are the only organized group left that tries to keep powerful Big Business in check. Corporations have enough power to over throw this country if not controlled.

  • Allah

    Say…if they need help cleaning up in Madison….I’ve got a spare baseball bat….and time on my hands…..

  • Quiet time

    Good, let’s get these teachers back to working for a living. They had plenty of free pizza demanding free benefits. Their security should rest in their work not senority.

    • Jerry

      Quiet time, I actually worked under a union contract with no seniority that included several companies. All but a few employees would be laid off, they never used the word fired, as soon as they reached three years of vacation time. They lost all accrued vacation, and pension benefits.

      • Jerry

        Sorry, that should be three weeks of vacation, not three years. Most union workers that I knew were itching to get back to work after three weeks.

    • Kelly

      I’m not sure what you are referring to here when you say “they have had plenty of free pizza demanding free benefits.” By no means do teachers receive free benefits. They pay deductibles just like you and me and the majority work extremely hard day in and day out to educate the children of this country. My mom is a teacher and rarely as a child do I remember her not bringing her work home at night and every summer we’d head to daycare while she worked in her classroom to prepare for the upcoming school year. Furthermore, I agree their security should rest in their work not their seniority. That being said, my mom (a first grade teacher) who has been recognized for being an outstanding teacher for 30+ years and has dedicated countless hours to her students, holds a masters degree and is far more intelligent that most people I know, has been laid off because she is “too expensive” for the district (she makes FAR less than most people who with her level of education and experience, yet was willing to live a modest lifestyle if it meant educating and impacting the lives of future citizens and having a career she loves). Because the teachers are being stripped of collective bargaining rights, the school can now hire new teachers for a much lower cost with no opportunity to collectively bargain.

      I also don’t think the issue with our education system has anything to do with “bad teachers” being protected by unions. Good teachers don’t want bad teachers either and the bad teachers are pretty few and far between relative to the good teachers. Rather, the problem lies in “bad parenting.” It makes it pretty tough for a teacher to teach a student when the student is only in the classroom half of the time and doesn’t complete their homework because they have an absent parent at home. The personal attacks against teachers and allegations that they are overpaid and lazy are absolutely ridiculous and unnecessary. Individuals making these claims sound both ignorant and unintelligent.

      • PK

        Right on Kelly…everyone needs to stop putting all union workers in the same basket. There are bad workers in every job place. Many teachers do continue to work from home and during vacation. They also do not get paid during the summer break. $100,000? My husband never has never been paid that much to teach!!

  • Deb

    You obviously have had a perfect job, and your employer gives you just about everything you ask for!? Your wages are great, your vacation great, your sick pay wonderful. Your respected??? I doubt it.

    • mark from mntaxwaste.com

      @Deb, Are you insecure about yourself? I think so

  • Austin

    I just about imagine it smells pretty rank in their by now.I wonder how many boogers these protesters have wiped on the walls.Good riddence.

  • mark from mntaxwaste.com

    Mace them!!

  • Jerry

    Everyone, including myself, are getting all worked up over 2% of Wisconsin’s workforce. 2% is the national average per state for unionized teachers.
    Where is the rest of the money coming from to balance the budget?

  • Murph

    I think it’s kind of ironic that a man [Walker] who really got HIS start after a recall of a shady politician.Will fall victim to same fate due to his involvement and incriminating statements to a Koch impersonator.Walker is obviously one of those who cannot handle too much power ,too soon! Sorry Scott,but you have to go! Bye, see ya! Martyred for the GOP cause,what an ignominous distinction! Yet as Americans we would be less than zero if we did not take this logical next step to rid the state of an insatiatiable money grubber!

  • Murph

    Jerry,…the GOP supreme court. Sorry, but the infection is rampant! The cure? I guess we’ll have to wait and see. For sure in 2012,but hopefully sooner! About 2/3 rds of the people who voted GOP that I have talked to.Most of them retired and lifelong GOP faithful have suddenly changed their minds and their TV news channels.It’s a lock for 2012, thanks Scotty boy!

  • Jason

    I support Walker 100% Do not fold for the union thugs!!!

  • WI Gov. ROCKS!!! You go man!!!

    I say GO WI Gov. Walker; it is about time these public paid workers have to actually pay something towards their retirement like the rest of us. Why does everyone on here seem to bash the rich though? I make less than 50K a year and am not rich by any means but I support them and why do I? Because they are the ones that make all the jobs for the small income earners, such as lawn cutters, handy men, small business, carpenters, all those other smaller business. If they didn’t decide to build on or mow their own lawns, open a business we all would be jobless (ok not all but a lot of those that are complaining right now). People seem to forget that those so called rich people are the ones that provide thousands and thousands of jobs for all of us so if we tax the pants off them then they have less to spend and I don’t know about most of you but I don’t have the money to pay someone to mow my lawn, rake my yard, plow my driveway or build an addition. Let’s start looking at the facts that most state employees all have a nice gravy job when it comes to benefits, we all say it when we see a road worker standing holding his shovel up making $20+ an hour.

    • ps

      I know there needs to be ditchdiggers also but soon we will have them in the UNIONS also . And when we do he will realize that the union helped get a better wage,and better benifits and working conditions NOT EVERYONE needs to work for peanuts like we will if walker and BIG business win out and take ALL of our ability to negotiate rights .

  • Mace them

    Mace works great! Tear gas them and beat them down!

    • tiredandretired

      It is a sad commentary on America, when ANY citizen advocates tear gas, mace, or “beat downs” of other citizens peacefully exercising their first amendment rights.

    • ps

      that would only make us stronger ! bring it on tough guy

      • Deb

        I support the Mace… I’ve got a can the State can use….

  • S. Hoodman

    It it unreasonable for those teachers to pay, lets say 10% towards thier pension and healthcare? Seems reasonable to me. They could always find a part-time job in the summer while they’re off for 10 weeks!

    • PK

      They have made those concessions S!!! They want to keep collective bargaining and that is where Walker will not budge. You people need to get your facts straight and stop pushing the talking points you’re getting from that loony Beck, Hannity and O’Reilly. Bunch of buffoons that spread fear and make things up!!!!!

  • Bryson Powers

    There are two kinds of tea baggers: Rich and Stupid.

    • The Man

      and I’m damn proud to be both Bryson!!

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