Thursday, June 02, 2011

Capitol Caterwauling

The disorder in the Capitol, nurtured by Mark Miller, Bob Jauch, Fred Risser, and other Democrats, includes disrupting Red Cross blood drives.

Rep. Paul Farrow (R-Waukesha) complained that a protest group called the Solidarity Singers has been disrupting work in the Capitol by singing in the building every day at noon. On Tuesday the American Red Cross was scheduled to hold a blood drive in the Capitol, but the noise in the Capitol forced the Red Cross to shut it down for the day and reschedule the drive for Thursday.

Classy.

The Board of the sponsoring organization includes quite a few interesting biographies--and included good 'ol Xoff. Surprised?

11 comments:

John Foust said...

He probably joined the sing-along.

Deekaman said...

Regarding the three most-recent posts:

Sowing and Reaping.

The Left is just pissing off the rest of us. It will soon be to their detriment. If this works against them as I believe it will, they will make themselves irrelevant.

Deekaman said...

I have to admit, reading the bios of the peaceniks is cause for a good laugh. Full of self-aggrandizing fools who understand little of the world and the good fortune they have to be in a country where they can act like spoiled children and pay no consequence.

Anonymous said...

Um, Deekaman, those "fools" are taxpayers and have every right to be in the Capitol building showing their displeasure. Who are YOU to deny people the opportunity to exercise their First Amendment right to peacefully assemble?

Looks like you are the brat in this case with your ninny complaining.

Dan said...

To last anon, they have a right to be at the Capitol, they don't have the right to disrupt activities. If they are disrupting activities, they are not assembling peacefully.

Deekaman said...

I'm not denying them anything. I'm just calling them what they (and apparently you) are.

Oh...and denying First Amendment Rights? You clearly haven't been paying attention to who is denying what to whom.

Anonymous said...

Xoff is an asshole.

I'm going to rape the Segway guy and steal his toy.

Anonymous said...

Dan and Deekaman--Careful, now, because the logic you are employing was used by the British when the colonists "disrupted activities" through shouts and verbal taunts, some of which was downright nasty. So, we have our founding forefathers and current members of our society engaging in the SAME behavior, albeit a different cause.

Anonymous said...

Dan and Deekaman, care to condemn deranged anony 10:48 a.m. for advocating sodomy, a mortal sin in the eyes of the Church?

This "human" truly has a screw loose.

Deekaman said...

@Anony 1059: I have condemned the speech to which you refer on more-than-one occasion.

@Anony 1054: I disagree that the behavior is the same. There is an implicit threat of violence in the speech from these thugs.

Anonymous said...

Deekaman--There is an implicit threat of violence in the speech from these thugs.

Yeah, ALL of the teachers, nurses, bookkeepers, etc. who work for the state have their molotov cocktails in tow! Besides, isn't Dad29's motto "Buy More Ammo"? So why can't the unions, if allegedly they are so hell-bent on violence, embrace those words???

Moreover, according to YOUR own definition of thuggery, I imagine you would be upset by the implicit threats in the speech of these so-called patriots...

blog.wallack.us/2010/09/yet-more-tea-party-signs-racism-violent.html

www.peoplesworld.org/tea-party-activism-tied-to-extremists-turning-violent/


See, Deekaman, EVERY protest movement has SOME people who take matters to the extreme. To equate or generalize unions (or the Tea Partiers, for that matter) as simply thugs is childish and ignorant.