Liberal Nastiness Continues in Wisconsin (Updated)

We have some video:


Which side is the side of reason and decency?  We report, you decide.

They don’t seem to realize just how nauseating they are becoming – from 620 WTMJ:

Protesters crowded the street outside Messmer Preparatory School in Milwaukee’s Riverwest neighborhood as Governor Walker visited the school Friday to read to children. The protests came just hours after someone vandalized the school ahead of the Governor’s visit.

“Some of these folks super glued our front doors at the prep school,” said Br. Bob Smith, OFM, the president of Messmer Catholic Schools, about the school on the corner of North Fratney and East Burleigh Streets.

He told Newsradio 620 WTMJ that a woman was walking in front of the school Thursday, asking people to protest.

According to Br. Smith, one protester said ” ‘Get ready for a riot,’ because they were going to disrupt the visit.”…

A riot at a Catholic school where the Governor is coming to meet the kiddies and read them a story.  Petty vandalism thrown in, too.  These liberals just don’t understand – they have no sense of proportion or any grasp of how a democratically governed Republic is supposed to work.

You fight out an election and then abide by the results…you don’t keep trying to reverse them with recall after recall, and you don’t make every last aspect of life a heated political debate.  A while back ago the same sort of disgusting leftists disrupted Walker’s efforts to honor the kids of the Special Olympics.  If the left really thinks this will win hearts and minds and get people on board to recall Walker next year, then they’ve got another think coming.  After a while, it is time to admit defeat, and start gearing up for the next election…not keep up an unending drumbeat of political vitriol.

Keep hate alive, liberals…we’ll know how to answer you, next year.

34 thoughts on “Liberal Nastiness Continues in Wisconsin (Updated)

  1. RetiredSpook August 27, 2011 / 10:12 am

    The Left has given Conservatives so much ammunition in the last year or two. I hope Maxine Waters’ “the Tea Party can go straight to hell” comment is played over and over again at every Tea Party event. The contrast between the Left and Right in this country is the most defined it’s been in my lifetime. It’s time to showcase the stark difference to the massive portion of the general public that’s not paying attention.

    The actions in Wisconsin confirm my belief that, should we end up with a violent resolution to our current differences, it will almost certainly be the Left who throws the first punch. And those who advocate that need to be very careful what they wish for.

    • Cluster August 27, 2011 / 10:56 am

      The contrast between the Left and Right in this country is the most defined it’s been in my lifetime.

      And the division between the races is being strained to, thanks to Maxine Waters, Cornell West, etc. The left seems to be coming apart at the hinges, see thomas’s posts from yesterday, and I think it has a lot to do with the policies of Obama that they were convinced would lead to a liberal utopia, and has instead, predictably resulted in failure, and now they have no more ideas, so they lash out. Is this how they plan to WTF???? It’s almost as if they want to lose in 2012

    • Mark Edward Noonan August 27, 2011 / 2:03 pm


      To me, the video I just added lays it all out…we are the side of reason and public decency. Brother Bob explains it in the video…and, heck, he might (for all we know) be a Catholic of the liberal stripe…I don’t know…but I do know that he is educating young ladies and gentlemen who will be the leaders of tomorrow…and they won’t be out their braying like ignorant asses when they don’t get their way.

  2. bagni August 27, 2011 / 10:41 am

    you said, ” and you don’t make every last aspect of life a heated political debate”
    thought that was what your site was all about baby….

    • Mark Edward Noonan August 27, 2011 / 2:24 pm


      What really set me off was when the kooks showed up at an event honoring Special Olympics athletes…there were the kids all happy to meet the governor and along come creeps of the left dressed up like zombies to disrupt. The poor kids didn’t know what to do – you should never, ever throw anything unexpected at autistic people or others suffering from that sort of malady. They don’t take well to it – it can easily alarm them to the point of a panic attack. That was a time when politics had no place…so was the time when the governor was reading to some 2nd graders.

      I mean, seriously, I wanted to beat the snot out of those creeps who busted up the Special Olympics event (full disclosure, my brother is autistic and any harm done in any manner to an autistic person sets me on fire)…this is not quite a bad as that, but still disgustingly inappropriate.

    • Bodie August 27, 2011 / 2:59 pm

      Yeah, that was a classic moment of zero self-awareness on Mark’s part. He will make anything under the sun into a ridiculous political point. But self-awareness and a grounding in reality aren’t exactly the hallmarks of conservatism at this point. Hell, look at this quote of his:

      “they won’t be out their braying like ignorant asses when they don’t get their way.”

      Which is to say they won’t be like the Tea Party. But Mark doesn’t understand that.

      • Mark Edward Noonan August 27, 2011 / 3:21 pm


        Someone who uses the communist “raised fist” as their symbol simply doesn’t understand that under that symbol 100 million were murdered…so, ignorant. Shouting “hey, hey; ho, ho; Walker has to go” is braying rather than debating…

      • Bodie August 28, 2011 / 2:42 pm

        And shouting “Liberal fascists! Get the government out of my Medicare! Socialists! Science is a conspiracy!” as the Tea Party does because it didn’t get its way is braying rather than debating.

        But you lack the honesty and the grounding in reality to understand these things–hell, you actually believe the Tea Party braying.

  3. casper August 27, 2011 / 10:59 am

    It was hardly a riot. In fact, it wasn’t much different than the TEA party protests.

    • Sunnier August 27, 2011 / 12:54 pm

      You lie. You made that up, it is not true, it is just a lie. You can’t name without lying a single time a Tea Party person vandalized anything much less a school or when one threatened a riot or when one disrupted a school event. You call yourself a teacher, what kind of teacher excuses gluing school doors shut and disrupting reading to school children by their governor. Shame on you you lying hypocrite. If you think Tea party people frighten children in their schools by crowding around outside to protest you probably think they scared the speical olympics children too. Shame on you. You come here and brag about how much you care about children and how much you do for them and how wonderful you are and then you excuse these thugs attacking a school with children inside because they don’t like the man who is reading them stories. You lie.

      • casper August 27, 2011 / 1:19 pm

        First, it wasn’t a riot.

        “riot |ˈrīət|
        1 a violent disturbance of the peace by a crowd : riots broke out in the capital.”

        This wasn’t a violent disturbance of the peace.

        Second, we don’t know who super glued the locks, it could have been anyone, including someone from your side trying to make the protesters look bad. We do know it happened the night before long before the protesters showed up.

        Third, I didn’t excuse anyone gluing the doors. I didn’t mention it because we don’t know who did it. I hope they catch the guy and put him in jail for it.

        Fourth, take a chill pill. Nobody attacked the school or the children in it. The protest was outside. The rhetoric was loud and directed at a politician in much the same way that Tea Party members have protested liberal politicians.

      • Sunnier August 27, 2011 / 2:33 pm

        Casper you tell us a time when a Tea party protest was held outside a school. While young children were inside. Or when vandalism happened at a Tea party event. Or when a Tea party person ws trying to recruit people on the street to “protest”. Or when a Tea party person told people to be ready for a riot. You lied when you said it wasn’t much different from a Tea party protest. You will probably come back and argue about the word much but it still comes down to you lying.

    • Mark Edward Noonan August 27, 2011 / 2:01 pm


      They were calling for a riot – not me; they, the left, used the word…and now we’ve got a video. Watch that and then comment some more.

      There are two sides in this country – one side wants to do the right thing, the other wants to be nasty in defense of a corrupt Ruling Class…

      • casper August 27, 2011 / 2:15 pm

        Didn’t see anyone in the video calling for a riot and frankly it was much more like a peaceful protest than riot.

        “There are two sides in this country – one side wants to do the right thing, the other wants to be nasty in defense of a corrupt Ruling Class…”

        Sad that you are on the side that wants to be nasty in defense of corrupt Ruling Class.

      • Mark Edward Noonan August 27, 2011 / 2:27 pm


        Brother Bob Smith says they said that – I have no reason to doubt his veracity. And it is clear that vandalism was done to the school.

        I’m on the side of those who are trying to educate children to be good citizens and leaders…who’s side are you on?

      • Sunnier August 27, 2011 / 2:36 pm

        Casper you are not just a liar you are a sneaky liar. You know perfectly well that Mark is not in defense of a corrupt ruling class, you know perfectly well you are trying to twist what he said so you can defend these people. Why do you defend them? Do they say what you think, what you believe?

        sad sad sad sad oh so sad the liberals whine

      • casper August 27, 2011 / 3:07 pm

        Mark is defending Governor Walker, a corporate owned member of the ruling class. I’m defending ordinary Americans protesting Walker.

    • RetiredSpook August 27, 2011 / 2:32 pm

      wasn’t much different than the TEA party protests.

      Well, except for the fact that the demographic of the crowd was 180 degrees different.

      • Sunnier August 27, 2011 / 2:37 pm

        and what they said and how they said it and that it was at a school with small children inside trying to have classes

  4. M.Q. Duck August 27, 2011 / 3:25 pm

    Casper, care to explain why glueing the doors of a school shut is not reckless endangerment. Care to explain why this not a crime?

    • casper August 27, 2011 / 3:32 pm

      M.Q. Duck
      Did I say it wasn’t? Read my 1:19 post.

  5. M.Q. Duck August 27, 2011 / 3:30 pm

    Lame video. Tyical liberal garbage. Heavily edited. My 4 year old daughter could do better. Oh the music was even lamer. If this is the best the liberals can, keep coming with it.

    • casper August 27, 2011 / 3:37 pm

      Took 10 seconds to find it. If you want better google tea party nuts. There are lots to chose from.

  6. M.Q. Duck August 27, 2011 / 4:08 pm

    Lame and still lame. Face it, elections have consequenses and in Wisconsin your side lost. Posting videos that are edited to make something look like what it is not will not change things. It is your side that is resorting to criminal behavior because they lost. To equate TEA Partiers exersising thier right to free speech with the criminals on the left is pure lunacy.

    Distort all you want. It will not change the facts on the ground. What is sad here is the average taxpayer has to support the leftwingers in this behavior.

    What a racket. If Scott Walker is a tool of corparate intrests then you are a tool of the public sector unions. Can’t make on your own so get the taxpayers to subsidise you. Truly pathetic.

    • casper August 27, 2011 / 4:17 pm

      “Face it, elections have consequenses and in Wisconsin your side lost.”

      Actually my side just picked up two seats in the recall elections and has a very good chance of picking up the governor’s seat in another year.

      “Posting videos that are edited to make something look like what it is not will not change things.”

      It won’t? Then why does your side do it?

      “It is your side that is resorting to criminal behavior because they lost.”

      Actually what they are resorting to is called democracy.

      “To equate TEA Partiers exersising thier right to free speech with the criminals on the left is pure lunacy.”

      No actually it’s a pretty good comparison. Both groups are doing the same thing, advocating for themselves.

      “Can’t make on your own so get the taxpayers to subsidise you.”

      Nobody subsidises me. I earn my pay.

      • neocon1 August 27, 2011 / 5:13 pm


        Nobody subsidises me. I earn my pay.

        you are a typical looting government paid stooge, a DUMB one at that.

      • M.Q. Duck August 27, 2011 / 5:29 pm

        You are a public school teacher. Right? Your salary is paid by property and state sales taxes. You are subsidised by the public. You return a portion of that every payday to to public sector union. The taxpayers are subsidising you so you can loot more and more from the public treasury.

        Earn your pay? The public has no input on whither you earn your pay or not. School Board? How much power do they have to remove you? Not as much as your teachers union has to keep you there.

        You are a tax farmer. Without the public you waste away and die.

      • casper August 27, 2011 / 6:08 pm

        Say what you want. I provide an important service and I earn my pay. I make a positive difference with a lot of kids.

      • neocon1 August 28, 2011 / 1:54 pm


        socialist marxism from some former hippy is not a service at all.

      • Bodie August 28, 2011 / 2:44 pm

        “I provide an important service”

        The right wing is stridently anti-education; therefore, it does not see teaching as an important service. Quite the contrary, it sees teachers as its mortal enemy.

      • Luckee August 28, 2011 / 4:35 pm

        Thank you Bodie for going past stupid into outright lying. Mean, stupid and a liar, quite a resume.

      • Bodie August 29, 2011 / 10:59 am

        Awwww, did the truth hurt your delicate little feelings, Luckee? Well, you’re just going to have to deal with it. What is it with you conservatives having exceptionally thin skins, anyway? Is that a requirement for conservatism, or is that something conservatism does to you?

      • neocon1 August 29, 2011 / 7:31 pm


        IF you have to ask you are to freeking stupid to understand.

      • Bodie August 30, 2011 / 11:25 am

        So what’s the answer then, Neocon Haggard? Do you have to be a wimp to be a conservative, or does conservatism make you wimpy?

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