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03 March 2011 @ 17:36

A report on some of the latest thuggery from the Revolutionaries…

-From Stacy McCain we learn that Ohio Republican State Senator Frank LaRose has been threatened after he voted in favor of a bill to curtail the power of public employee unions:

…Michael Sarge Piotrowski who…is a lawyer representing the Ohio Fraternal Order of Police.

“Funny thing about cops, they hold grudges,” Piotroski wrote on LaRose’s page.

After being criticized by LaRose’s supporters — including College Republican activists Joe Manno, Nick Willcox and John Eakin — Piotroski tried to walk back his comment, while simultaneously lashing out at Republicans.

“You don’t know what you are talking about,” Piotroski wrote in a reply to Willcox. “When Republicans talk about ‘Union Thugs’ they may as well be calling people the n-word.”

A threat [Watch yer back!] and a smear [Raaaaacist!!!] from a goon — Mr. LaRose must be doing something right.  A hearty ‘HUZZAH!’ to you, sir.  Keep the faith, baby.

Stacy has the message screenshots and some background information on the Senator.  He also links to a very good post by Professor William Jacobson, Dean of Legal Insurrection, who comments:

…this is becoming a disturbing pattern in which the distinction between the police and the police unions becomes blurred….

Sadly yes.  The Prof has been documenting this trend in a series of postings that he links to in this one.

Regular readers of TCOTS know that I tend to side with the police when they are accused of overstepping their authority.  After all, they are the keepers of the peace.  But, if our policemen decide to side with the Revolutionaries, then I will consider myself no longer obligated to defend or obey them.  This situation is very, very disturbing and reminds one of why the Second Amendment is so important to preserving and defending our freedoms and liberties.

-From Robert Costa, over at The Corner, we learn:

For over a week, I spotted countless anti-Walker T-shirts in Madison. Protesters scribbled angry phrases on white cotton and lampooned the Wisconsin governor with ironed-on parodies. But when one student wore a pro-Walker shirt to school last week, a teacher/labor leader attempted to intimidate the local business that produced the garment. It’s a chilling story….

Indeed it is.

The Left [and all the organizations associated with them] have shown themselves once again to be no better than gangsters when you get right down to it.

-From The Underground Conservative, we learn that a Racine public school music teacher has posted violent Photoshops over at the blog for his student choir members [tip of the fedora to Jim Hoft]:

Not only that, [Jack] Senzig cancelled choir, a tour and a musical so he could go protest against the budget repair bill. Remember: it’s for the children.

Yippee! A Racine Extortion Association thug thought viewing graphic images like these were OK for students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade.

If the parents of these children don’t demand that this goon be fired, then I think it safe to say that they’re not fit to raise children.

-Speaking of Jim Hoft, the Gateway Pundit: he’s got the goods on the Fellow Travellers over at Politico.

-I may make this a semi-regular feature.

In the jungle
Welcome to the jungle
Watch it bring you to your knees, knees
I wanna watch you bleed

  1. Adobe Walls permalink
    03 March 2011 @ 18:43 18:43

    To the extent that America is watching this will only get worse for the Bolsheviks. As I expect this to continue for at least the next year I don’t think even the mushiest of the middle must become aware.

  2. bobbelvedere permalink*
    03 March 2011 @ 19:40 19:40

    Adobe: God, I hope you’re right.

  3. Adobe Walls permalink
    03 March 2011 @ 20:51 20:51

    Did you watch the noodle revolution vid I linked the other day?
    Our foes are a mixed bag.

    Ya know how sometimes you wonder if the odds against us are overwhelming?

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      03 March 2011 @ 23:38 23:38

      Adobe: I did and I linked DaveC’s embed in my Musings post.

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