Here is a stark difference between the GOP and the Radical Democrat Party.

The socialist teachers' union in Wisconsin, defeated at every turn, has, again, resorted to blatant vandalism to "make their point." These socialists are completely out of touch with the larger population and have lost two elections in Wisconsin, elections they would have touted as "huge" victories, "mandates" if you will, had the elections gone in their favor. Their [Democrat] legislators fled to adjoining states like spoiled little children rather than doing their required duties and the teachers, themselves, put their own pocket books ahead of the needs of the children, as they (the teachers) so often do.

Here is a story from a local news outlet that is typical of the thugs who protest. Understand that the radical Democrats of today, no more believe in civil coexistence than did Stalin. Look what they are doing: vandalizing, breaking one law after another, beating people who disagree, shooting out windows and even killing some folks. These folks are a menace to society and should not be tolerated, but when the courts are run by radicals, what can we expect?

MILWAUKEE - Someone has vandalized a school in Milwaukee ahead of a visit from Governor Walker and threats of protests over the Governor's visit. Someone super glued the front door to Messmer Preparatory School on Milwaukee's north side before 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."

Br. Smith said that, in his opinion, the Republican governor's visit to read to students there on Friday was not about political overtones connected to protests that have been happening all year in the state regarding the rollback of collective bargaining rights for many public workers.
"People ought to start acting like adults," said Br. Smith. "You've got little kids who have no clue what you're even talking about, and you make something political when it isn't, that's just flat-out wrong."

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