Anti-Walker demonstrators continue daily songfest in Madison Capitol despite police crackdown

  • Article by: DINESH RAMDE , Associated Press
  • Updated: November 24, 2012 - 3:13 PM
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boris123Nov. 24, 1212:58 PM

Are these bozos aware that the people have spoken twice - through the election process? What is it they don't get? Do they want their version of democracy imposed? A waste of energy, time and well no apparent talent so that isn't wasted.

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staredNov. 24, 12 1:33 PM

It's nice to know that these crazies think that they are somehow exempt from societies rules etc that everyone else has to follow. Imagine the kind of dictatorship they would impose if they were actually calling the shots.

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allhailfsmNov. 24, 12 3:47 PM

Even if you don't share their viewpoint, I think they deserve praise for continuing to make their voices heard in the peoples building. Certainly the lobbyists never give up!

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Jimmvy22Nov. 24, 12 4:17 PM

i guess getting a job and being productive, instead of being a drain on the taxpayers, is out of the question for these people

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melbgopherNov. 24, 12 4:55 PM

boris 123 and stared; So people should just sit quietly at home and not object to what government does! At least if they are coming from the Left. You tea partiers got a lot of control by raising a little hell and though I disagreed with you, that was your right. But some people still protesting Walker by singing is to be suppressed to keep the good order of the State. What a comfortable world that will be when all opposition is put down.

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member23131Nov. 24, 12 5:51 PM

The "crazies" and "bozos" are not breaking rules and that is a small and beautiful thing for those of us who detest Scott Walker and his billionaire backers. The people who support Walker are easily distracted by propaganda. Sweet that the majority of Wisconsin voters are quite blue. The "get a job" crowd... always whining about the drain on taxpayers. I'll take an amateur hour of singing over five seconds of the age old infantile whine of that tiresome faction. As for the poor office workers who have to close their doors... the singers are the public you serve. Get used to them. A cheer for the songfest. Star Tribune, could we have one of those videos? It sounds like more fun than a changing of the guard at the palace... and a more noble purpose. Could be tourist attraction. I'm considering the trip. -R Perschmann

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probsolverNov. 24, 12 7:30 PM

Mel "What a comfortable world that will be when all opposition is put down." ---- quite the case of selective outrage. Ever raise a word when the campus children shout down conservative speakers?

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