Riot Over Not Getting Your Money

Posted on March 10, 2011 11:01 am

Getting pretty tired of public sector unions. Basically they and the Democrats get together to bribe each other with our money. And now they’ve stormed the capitol in Wisconsin hoping to prevent the legislation trying to break them up.

Is that a democratic option we just didn’t know about? You invade a capitol and keep legislative action from happening? I guess it’s probably called something like a “mob veto”. So what would be an appropriate democratic response? Tear gas? Angry bees? Ninjas? That would be democracy in action — or action democracy.

Really, all we want is to finally cut the budget and break up these groups that basically exist to make sure the government is expensive and ineffective. And it is friggin’ hard. There are large swaths of people who think there is nothing more important than the government spending lots of money on them, and it is rather pathetic. But look at the factor of motivation here; we find these parasites annoying, but to cut them off is death to them. That’s why it seems unlikely that the average American who thinks we should cut the budget will be as motivated as the defenders of the status quo unless he feels his own way of life is really at stake from the system collapsing entirely. Don’t know how we get there. Sometimes I think we’ll just have to wait for the collapse and concentrate on making a better system next time so this doesn’t happen again.

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29 Responses to “Riot Over Not Getting Your Money”

  1. JS says:

    Yes! Preach it! I don’t understand why they can’t see how union hurt us. Did you see the videos from last night’s WI Senate meeting? These people are protesting a government that is trying to help them! http://www.youtube.com/user/iscubaMadison

  2. plentyobailouts says:

    typical marxists, the troth is dry, so riot because they are cry babies and parasite.

    So these whiny overpaid teachers are going to have to work and pay their own way for a change: waaaaa

    Why are public employees even paid. what do they do that a real business can’t?

    All government should be privatized except law enforcement and border security.

  3. Shiggz says:

    It’ll probably end up being a case of “fighting the last war”, but constitution 2.0 will need

    -barb wire around the commerce clause
    -A Republic with limited voting access is a necessary idea to prevent mob rule/theft but a system that lets a Joe Biden vote but blocks out Thomas Sowell is obviously broken.
    -No one who’s name begins with “O” is allowed to run for office or run a television show Obama/Oprah
    -only net tax payers/military can vote
    -elected government has an 10yr limit top to bottom
    -government workers have an 10yr limit
    -Every polling place will set bees loose on the hour to make sure only people who really want to vote do so
    -mandatory 6 hour wait after arrival before you can vote
    -Dogs who bark more then 1 hour constant can be shot/confiscated
    -Cats will be exported to enemy countries
    -Any city with over 100k people will not be allowed to vote or say or do anything. (if that doesn’t work see plan b)
    -Plan B, no city over 44k people large.
    -no lawyers
    -no welfare after 2nd child
    -people will be offered a lump sum like 50k$ to undergo sterility surgery

  4. Joe Schmo says:

    @pob – The government workers I see are usually leaning on shovels alongside the road.

    Frank, this is the same group of losers that think they can just leave the state if they don’t like a bill.

  5. Son of Bob says:

    As always, one must look to Reagan. Reagan had a fantastic response to a student protest on a university campus: He asked them to leave – when they wouldn’t leave, he locked the gates so they couldn’t leave – the teargassing began. I would love to watch these “teachers” locked inside with the tear gas, clawing at the locked doors trying to get out.

  6. MarkoMancuso says:

    I’m not waiting for a collapse. We cannot let these people take the initiative. If they invade our state capitols, we respond with the shotgun phalanx. If they refuse to let us cut the budget, we cut them, ese.

    If there is going to be a collapse, it should be on our terms. If they want to go down, we’ll take them down with us. And then we can rebuild.

    Or they could just surrender now and make things easier for everyone. Damn French.

  7. MarkoMancuso says:

    Son of Bob, it appears that you and I are increasing the violent rhetoric found on this blog. Shame on both of us! Shame! Shame! Finger of shame!

  8. storm1911 says:

    We are a Constitutional Republic, not a democracy. That calls for a Republican solution. Like sending Chuck Norris riding a rocket mounted dinosaur into the rabble.

  9. Weisshaupt says:

    Actually if its best or not to wait for the collapse, its kinda irrelevant. The Collapse is coming. Bond funds are dumping treasuries. The Fed is claiming that it will stop QE2 in the summer, and there is no real political will to deal with the entitlements of Social Security and Medicare. At some point in the next 2-5 years, the rising interest rates on the Treasuries will force the Federal Government to default on its obligations – either by printing money, or by a outright default. Our Creditors will demand to be paid in government lands and natural resources, and depending who is in charge they may get them. Socialism is great until you run out of other people’s money, and we are now at that point.

    The damage has been done – to the economy and to the culture. The damage is massive and widespread. We are in one joojooflop of a situation, and while these small victories over the whiners and thieves are tremendously heartening and entertaining, they are too little, too late.
    Get a lawn chair, your guns and some popcorn and settle in to watch the show as the non-contributing zeros riot, and then start to starve. They will then point at those in the lawnchairs and scream in the usual hateful lefty way, “You planned this! You did it on purpose!” Give them what they want. Tell them “yes I did”, so they can die happily selfrighteous in their anger, and then once all the cries of “Not Fair” from the children fade, the adults can get up and start rebuilding.

  10. Son of Bob says:

    Marko, you say “violent” like it’s a bad thing.

  11. Larsinkima says:

    My vote is with angry bees. If they want to scream and wave their arms at least there will be a good reason. Please video. I always enjoy watching video of people slapping their own heads and screaming. Not as good as The Three Stooges but still funny.

  12. Jimmy says:

    I’m not waiting for the collapse, Frank. I’m planting potatoes as soon as this damn monsoon lets up!

  13. Shiggz says:

    When foreign money floods Obamas campaigns and illegals and felons are voting not only are we longer a definable republic we aren’t even a traditional democracy. So what are we considering the above? (other then screwed)

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/07/12/felons-voting-illegally-franken-minnesota-study-finds/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+foxnews/politics+%28Text+-+Politics%29

  14. DesertElephant says:

    Don’t worry, Marko, they’re still not as bad as the WI Thugs when it comes to Violent Rhetoric.

  15. MarkoMancuso says:

    As we are talking about violent, I’m reading I can get an M1891/30 for between 80 and 120 bucks – any comments? We need more gun threads around here.

  16. Jimmy says:

    There’s nothing quite like a 12-gauge plug pointed in one’s general direction. It blows things “clean off.” That’s my theory, and I’m stickin’ with it.

  17. MarkoMancuso says:

    Sure, Jimbo, but can ya kill a deer or a bear or a bad guy at 300 yards with a 12-gauge? ;)

  18. Jimmy says:

    Nah, why would I want to do that, Marko? I can’t even see 300 yards from my porches. And there are no neighbors within 400′. The deer, however, are my pets, and they’re all over the damn place. Nice reserve food supply. I feed ‘em apple drops from my fenced-in garden / mini-orchard. They love me. Besides, if I ever have to eat one, it will go silently with a bolt from my crossbow at 30-50 feet. They’re so stupid, those deer. Haven’t seen a black bear here in over 10 years. I rather think they’re gone from the island.

  19. Shiggz says:

    Tried to make fun picture but it only left me sad.

    http://postimage.org/image/1dwhck8lg/

  20. Adobe Walls says:

    Why do you want a 100 year old Russian bolt action? I’ll stick with my 1898 Springfield.

  21. MarkoMancuso says:

    Well, shucks, Adobe, if it was reliable enough for twenty million dumb Russians and the “care” they provided it in two wars it’s good enough for me.

  22. Eric says:

    Obviously the appropriate repsonse is dogs with bees in their mouths, and when they bark they shoot BEES at you.

  23. rayfan87 says:

    But The 91/30 uses 7.62x54R. You want something in .223 or 7.62×39, those are far easier to find.

  24. MarkoMancuso says:

    .223 is for groundhogs, the advantage of 7.62x54R appears to be how amazingly cheap it still remains.

  25. Carolyn says:

    This thing is officially entertaining: these protestors have Jesse Jackson on the scene giving interviews. If Sharpton shows up I’m getting out the popcorn and laughing until I pee.

  26. ussjimmycarter says:

    Folks…it’s Wisconsin!!! Everyone in the state is related! The whole state started out as one family like 200 years ago and the family tree just keeps going straight up with no branches! Visit some of the small towns some time! You will get it! We here in Minnesota dare not venture too far into Wisconsin for fear of a good ole’ fashion buggerin’!!! We arm ourselves before crossing the St Croix River to avoid checking into the “Ned Beatty Suite”… There not called “The Packers” because of the meat packing industry like the Wisconsin people like everyone to think…

  27. Live Free Or Die says:

    Pepper Spray and Tasers would be a good example of Democracy In Action.

  28. 5of7 says:

    Violence – if it doesn’t solve all your problems, you’re not using enough of it!

  29. Jim says:

    Seeing these posts after the schools shootings gives context to the violent inclination of our populace. Worried teachers are not earning their pay? I guess you’d be happy that the dead ones earned their pay the last day of work…and that they are no longer on the public dole.

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