So much so for the justification and defense of the events in Wisconsin based upon this phony and fallacious argument of civil disobedience. Again, what transpired in Madison was not an exercise nor lesson in “democracy in action” but rather it was again, a stark object lesson in mob rule, chaos and anarchy, narrow, vested, special interest demands at the expense of the taxpayer; and the ugly intimidation and shouting down of anyone in opposition to them, which latter tactic is thoroughly redolent and indicative of pure intellectual and brutish, strong-armed fascism.
Not a pretty picture, this tableau portrayed by those union thugs and liberal-progressive activists and professional agitators - because it was more akin to fascism than it was to true democracy and or bonafide and legitimate civil disobedience.
America, if this is the true face of unionism and liberal-progressivism in America today, then there is much for us to fear for our nation, for ourselves and for our very republic and its very foundation of the rule of law and of our democratic institutions and our very Constitution itself.
May that my words be exaggerated and that this not come to pass. But as the Gipper once said, “trust...but verify.” And likewise, be skeptical if you must, but still be vigilant and wary — just in case.