Skip to comments.Protesters in Madison not budging
Posted on 02/27/2011 2:37:31 PM PST by Jean S
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Sub human filth. What can you expect?
Bring in the K9 units.They’ll leave then.
I can imagine that that place needs to be sanitized. Every aftermath of a DemoCrap event that I’ve seen makes my toilet look like a dinner plate.
Fine, turn off the water and see how soon it starts stinking and they come out.
Just get them out of the capital building!
Close down the building, cut the power and water, and remove the cameras - that will take care of them in short order.
LIARS—just like their dear pos president
One last thing.
When they are finally dragged outside:
Tar and feather them!
Very well. Lock the doors and CN gas the place. A little more cleanup, but worth it.
It is high energy protest. Cut off power to the junk food machines and they will soon get hungry and start foraging for pizza and sugar. :-)
And then run them out of town on a rail.
The capitol building is open weekdays 9am to 6pm and the homeless are allowed to use the building during those hours. I don’t know who decided to allow the protesters to stay 24/7 and I hope that they enforce the normal rules when the building opens again tomorrow at 9am.
Turn off the electricity, water and heat and open the doors and windows.
Walker should call in the National Guard.
Enough of this civil disobedience and violence. Time to clear the decks and restore order to the people’s capitol.
This is too easy. Tell them Obama is outside with Barbara Streisand and free cupcakes and then lock the doors behind them.
Just on Fox Mike Tobin was punched. A buddy in Madison has stated that the Capitol Police are not getting any cooperation from local police. The local police in Madison refuses to bring numerous vehicles to transport close to 800 protestors whom refuse to leave the building. The capitol police are contacting the governor to see how he wants to proceed. This is from a buddy that lives in madison, generally a reliable contact.
“Sub human filth. What can you expect?”
“Absolutely. The solution isn’t forcibly removing them. Rather, cut off all the heat, light, electricity and, especially, drinking water and water for the toilets.
Then let anybody out who wants out, but don’t let any new protestors back in.
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