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Is this proof police fired rubber bullets at Occupy Oakland battle?

October 29, 2011 Comments off

This country is Satan’s model of democracy. We will take Mother Yahweh’s theocratic Rule any day of the week over Satan’s poorly run government that treats it citizens no better than the Egyptian government did in Moses day.

A revolt is coming, and as the United States takes more and more away from its own people while continuing to squander their future earnings in a massive collection of debt owed to its lenders, Satan’s throne will eventually collapse. China has a right as one of the U.S. largest lenders to inspect its gold reserve. Not if, but when that happens, the real truth of this country being bankrupt will come to the light.

  • Ex-Marine Scott Olsen now awake after being hit by projectile on Tuesday
  • Police claim they didn’t use rubber bullets during Occupy Oakland protest
  • But protester Shamus Collins says he has proof of bruising from bullets

It’s a serious bruise – and this protester claims it was caused by a policeman shooting a rubber bullet at him as he rushed to help an injured Iraq war veteran during this week’s Occupy Oakland protests.

Shamus Collins showed off his bruise to other protesters yesterday at the demonstrators’ new camp – and it is clear evidence to suggest the police did fire rubber bullets, despite their consistent denials.

He rushed to the aid of former Marine Scott Olsen, 24, who was left in a critical condition after being hit by a projectile believed to have been thrown by police on Tuesday at the California protests.

Mr Olsen, who won medals in Iraq, has become a rallying cry for the Occupy Wall Street movement across the U.S. – and the picture of Mr Collins at Frank H. Ogawa Plaza will only heighten their anger.

Officials are investigating exactly where the projectile that hit Mr Olsen came from, but police have denied using rubber bullets to calm the protests – although admitted firing bean bags.

However two other protesters suggested rubber bullets were used, reported the Washington Post.

Jen Lasher posted a picture on Twitter showing a bruise that looks like it was caused by a rubber bullet – and Schuyler Erle tweeted a photo of what he claimed was a rubber bullet found in Oakland.

Meanwhile, a crowd of 1,000 people, many holding candles, gathered on Thursday night in Oakland to hold a vigil in honour of Mr Olsen, who is hospitalised with a fractured skull.

Twitter users and protest websites have been declaring since the incident: ‘We are all Scott Olsen.’

Joshua Shepherd, 27, a Navy veteran who was standing nearby when Mr Olsen got struck, called it a cruel irony that he is fighting an injury in the country that he fought to protect. – DailyMail

Occupy Protests Continue with Violence and Arrests

October 23, 2011 Comments off

China will demand confirmation of the U.S. Gold being held up as collateral for the foreign debt owed to China. An audit of Ft. Knox with independent testing of the claimed gold the U.S. purports to have on demand will send shock waves through the world just as if it was struck by an earthquake. It will leave the U.S. and its debtors reeling in its aftershocks that will bring down much of the world’s economic structure. “Lie about the gold, and what else have you been lying about?” The U.S. will become the most despised nation on earth.

The leaders of the Occupy Melbourne group forcibly removed from their City Square camp say they want the Victorian Ombudsman to investigate at least 43 instances of police violence against demonstrators. – smh.com.au

FORTY people have been arrested during what protesters say was a violent dawn police raid on the Occupy Sydney site in the CBD. Police, including riot squad officers, raided the site at Martin Place shortly before 5am (AEDT) today and cleared the area of more than 100 protesters. Activists said police bashed and manhandled protesters who refused to leave the camp and confiscated their possessions amid violent scenes. Forty people were arrested and 29 of those were issued with infringement notices for breaching a local government act, police said. – News.com.au

CHICAGO (AP) – Anti-Wall Street demonstrators of the Occupy Chicago movement stood their ground in a downtown park in noisy but peaceful defiance of police orders to clear out, prompting at least 100 arrests early Sunday, authorities said. Occupy Chicago spokesman Joshua Kaunert vowed after the arrests that the protesters would be coming back. “We’re not going anywhere. There are still plenty of us,” Kaunert told The Associated Press after police began the wave of arrests that took more than an hour to complete. – USAToday

The British daily is out with a survey of alleged brutality and racial profiling by police in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami and elsewhere. Civil libertarians say police are violating rights and defaulting to violence. That’s the reason, one told the Guardian, that police are increasingly demanding that passersby not film them making arrests or performing interrogations. – The Atlantic Wire

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The 11 Occupy Cleveland protesters arrested Friday night on Public Square in an act of civil disobedience emerged on Saturday disheveled but no worse for wear from their overnight stay in city jail. “Some people got treated a little more roughly than others, but at the end of the day, it wasn’t New York,” said arrested protester Erin McCardle, 23, of Cleveland. “There was no pepper spray, no batons.” – Blog.Cleveland.com

Raleigh, N.C. — Supporters of the “Occupy Wall Street” protests promised to be back in downtown Raleigh Sunday, a day after 20 people were arrested after a demonstration at the State Capitol. Organizers of the “Occupy Raleigh” protests said they would convene again at State Capitol grounds on Edenton Street at noon and 6:30 p.m. Sunday. “Even if we aren’t back tomorrow morning, we will be back,” law school student Jeanelle Alexander said Saturday. – WRAL

Occupy Wall Street protests weighing on U.S. future

October 17, 2011 Comments off

China will demand confirmation of the U.S. Gold being held up as collateral for the foreign debt owed to China. An audit of Ft. Knox with independent testing of the claimed gold the U.S. purports to have on demand will send shock waves through the world just as if it was struck by an earthquake. It will leave the U.S. and its debtors reeling in its aftershocks that will bring down much of the world’s economic structure. “Lie about the gold, and what else have you been lying about?” The U.S. will become the most despised nation on earth.

CHICAGO, Oct. 16 (Xinhua) — The distrust and resentment manifested by Occupy Wall Street protesters towards the U.S. financial system could bear precarious consequences on the future of the United States, experts have told Xinhua.

Although the protesters account for only a small percentage of the national population, their frustration with the current economy and some of the government’s policies are shared by many, they said, citing similar rallies in dozens of other U.S. cities as evidence.

“America is in the midst of a massive ideological debate about the future of the country — what its economy will look like, and the role of capitalism and big government in America,” Richard Wottrich, a senior managing director at the McLean Group, told Xinhua.

Though it is still too early to tell what would be the legacy of the protests, the ongoing social movement may prove influential in determining the future course of the country at this difficult hour in its history, Wottrich said.

Luigi Zingales, a professor of entrepreneurship and finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, echoed that the protests are “an indication of all the underlying forces that lead to some form of popular revolt or popular dissatisfaction.”

“The question is how this will be channeled politically. And depending on how it will be channeled, we might have completely different outcomes,” the professor added.

The Occupy Wall Street protests, Zingales noted, incorporate some forms of populism, namely movements by the common people against those they see as elites, which has been associated with both exploitative pandering and constructive change in history.

The broadly-shared sentiment behind the protests would potentially make the movement fairly easy to recruit support and expand influence, said the professor, who predicted in a 2009 article that populism would grow in the United States following the 2008 financial crisis.

Together with colleagues from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Zingales has developed a financial trust index that measures changes in the U.S. public’s trust towards the financial system and private institutions.

The most recent research on the index, Zingales told Xinhua, showed a markedly decline in public trust towards banks.

The professor added that behind the protesters’ choice of Wall Street as their major target is their increasing hostility towards the cooperation between the government and big corporations, although the public-private partnership is central to the U.S. economic system.

“The public-private partnership is designed to have the efficiency of the private sector and the goals of the public sector, and I fear it ends up being the efficiency of the public sector and the goals of the private sector,” Zingales said.

“What happens is basically taxpayers are subsidizing private profits… That is not what these people from Occupy Wall Street want,” he said.

Although the United States has adopted legislation such as the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act to regulate financial services, many U.S. citizens accuse the present measures of being insufficient and call for more action. – Xinhua.net

Family Research Council Calls For Prayers Against Occupy Wall Street Protesters

October 15, 2011 1 comment

Isaiah 17:12 [ Judgment against the Nations ] Ah! The roar of many peoples— they roar like the roaring of the seas. The raging of the nations— they rage like the raging of mighty waters.

No one will halt the roar of the people, at least not until Satan makes his appearance as prophesied and claims to have the answer to mankind’s dilemma.

The Family Research Council’s “Values Voter Summit” recently wrapped up. This year’s gathering of more than 3,000 Christian conservatives had plenty of hate controversy.

On Romney’s Mormon religion:

Talk show host, Bryan Fischer said, A President “needs to be a main of sincere, authentic, genuine Christian faith.”

Southern Baptist Convention leader, Pastor Robert Jeffress, called Mormonism “a cult.”

A straw poll was conducted of Republican Presidential candidates. The clear winner was Ron Paul, but leaders were skeptical.

More controversy arose after the much anticipated straw poll vote was tallied. There were gasps in the ballroom when Congressman Ron Paul, a Libertarian, was announced the winner by a decisive margin. Hundreds of Paul supporters attended the event just long enough to hear their candidate speak and cast their vote, then left. Ideally, the straw poll is intended for voters who attend the entire event and hear all the candidates.The attire of some of the “in-and-out” voters (one attendee wore a shirt that said “Atheist and Proud of It”) suggested not all were “values voters” (Read Tony Perkins’ report on VVS HERE).

Of course, abortion was a big issue with all the attendees, but possibly best summed up by Fischer,

“We need a president who sincerely believes in the God-given, inalienable right to life and who believes that that right begins at the moment of conception. This means a president who would not even think of appointing to the Supreme Court a judge who does not believe that Roe v. Wade was not only unconstitutional but profoundly immoral. A president who believes that no judge is qualified to sit on traffic court, let alone on the Supreme Court, if he does not understand that the primary purpose of law and government is to protect innocent human beings from violence at every stage of life.”

On gay rights and same sex marriage, Perkins had this to say:

“Last weekend, speaking at a fundraiser for an organization that is working to redefine the family and overturn the laws that protect marriage and morality, this is what the president said. He said the 2012 elections “are a contest of values. That’s what’s at stake here. The fundamental debate about who we are as a nation.” You know what? That’s the first time I’ve agreed with this president. This is a contest of values.”

Presidential contender, Rick Santorum went even further:

“You want to have a successful economy? The single thing you can do is to nurture and support the institution of marriage and fathers taking responsibility for their children, building that solid foundation upon which society rests. And that means standing up and defending the institution of marriage as between one man and one woman, not backing away from it.”

One of the newest themes involved the media…specifically, they want to pray away the negative coverage they have gotten.

FRC President Tony Perkins offered this perspective: We clearly recognize the fact that Mormon theology includes doctrines that are distinct from Evangelical theology and Catholic theology. At the same time, the goal of the values voter movement is not to build a “National Church.” Our goal is to build a national coalition based on the shared values of respecting human life, strengthening natural marriage, defending religious liberty, promoting personal and fiscal responsibility, and maintaining our national security. When we successfully work together with those who share our values, we are preserving and strengthening our religious liberty, so that we can freely share the truth of the gospel with everyone.

Perhaps most surprisingly, the organizers had strong words and prayers for the Occupy Wall Street Protesters:

The sixties-style tent city protest, which seemed to fizzle after its September 17 launch, now has momentum and is expanding to cities across the nation, including Washington, D.C. Organizers of the movement (e.g. ACORN, labor unions, and other far-left leaders and groups) have been given new life by the sycophant liberal media, Hollywood celebrities and leading Democrats in Washington, including President Obama. Six arrests were made when one hundred demonstrators conducted an illegal demonstration inside a Senate office building (see Gullible, Who’s Behind it?, Official Website, Senate Building).

  • May God prevent these radical organizers from stirring revolution and distracting voters from the elections and keeping watch on our elected leaders (Num 16:1-14; Is 1:4-6; Pr 12:11-12; Mt 26:41; Eph 4:28; 1 Tim 6:3-10; Heb 13:5-6). – AddictingInfo.org

City Confronts ‘Occupy Dallas’ Protesters

October 14, 2011 Comments off

If people are going to demonstrate - NOT RIOT, because that will only cause more problems – then demonstrate for what will turn the United States around and help to bring it back to what it once was. People create the problems, and people can fix them. So, if you prefer this Country over Christ’s Millennium, then get out there and demonstrate for the changes that will make a difference. Don’t riot, because that will only cause your Country to fall that much deeper into the pit it’s already in.

DALLAS (CN) – Occupy Wall Street has spread to Dallas, where members of Occupy Dallas sued the city in Federal Court, claiming the city unconstitutionally restricted “their right to peacably demonstrate in traditional public forums”. They seek an injunction allowing them to continue their weeklong protest at Pioneer Plaza.

Inspired by the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City against economic inequality and corporate greed, protesters in Dallas have being living in a makeshift tent city in a park directly north of the Dallas Convention Center and west of Dallas City Hall.

The Occupy Dallas website says there are more than 120 people at the site.

In their complaint, protesters say the city threatened to revoke their special-use permit unless they secure $1 million in liability insurance.

The protesters say their protest is not a “special event” under city ordinances, and they do not need a special-use permit to exercise their First Amendment rights.

The city disagrees.

The Dallas Morning News reported on Tuesday night that city spokesman Frank Librio had sent “an email blast,” stating: “The city had an agreement with Occupy Dallas to remain on the public property provided standard insurance coverage was obtained. The group did not meet the insurance requirements per the agreement. Therefore, the agreement is no longer applicable. The city will begin enforcing local laws (for example: park curfews and sleeping in public).”

So far, there have been no arrests.

City Councilman Dwayne Caraway told WFAA-TV on Wednesday that “nothing has happened because it’s been given time to try to work things through. If [attorneys for both sides] fail to get it worked through, or show effort toward trying to work it through, then the city has a right to go in and protect the property.”
Attorneys for the protesters say no insurance company could be found to write the policy.

Michael Prestonise, a 26-year-old freelance web designer and protester, told the Huffington Post that the dispute centers around toilets at the protest site.

“This is all about sanitation and health and safety of our members,” he said. “I think the more real threat is our people having to walk through the streets at 3, 4 a.m. just to find a public restroom.”

A ruling on the plaintiffs’ motion is expected today (Friday), by U.S. District Judge Jane Boyle. – CourthouseNews.com

Occupy L.A. Speaker: Violence will be Necessary to Achieve Our Goals

October 12, 2011 5 comments

This ministry continues to sound the warning.

The rioting will soon invade the news as Americans vent their frustrations and feeling of being treated as cattle. Military intervention will occur and Marshal law will be declared as the citizens of the United States have lost their jobs and will then lose their liberties.

Do not oppose the government of the United States. Await Yahweh’s army to liberate Christ’s followers.

“If you are military or police anywhere in this world and you take up arms against your citizens you are fighting against your Creator. You will be putting your life in with Satan’s. He will eventually lose his life for eternity, but your life will be extinguished early by the LOZ forces that are going to take up the fight for the remnant, and you will not only lose your precious life, but any remembrance of you will also be extinguished as you are cast out of creation into the dark pit of oblivion. Be forewarned. Your future existence depends on your actions and you heart condition. Either choice you make, also know this: YOU CANNOT WIN OUT IN COMBATING THE LOZ.”

Citizen journalist Ringo captured this speaker at the Occupy Los Angeles camp a few days ago letting the cat out of the bag: After dismissing nonviolence as a dead end, he admits that for the Occupiers to achieve their goals, violence and bloodshed will be necessary:

Here’s a transcript, starting at 32 seconds into the video:


Occupy L.A. Speaker: “One of the speakers said the solution is nonviolent movement. No, my friend. I’ll give you two examples: French Revolution, and Indian so-called Revolution.

Gandhi, Gandhi today is, with respect to all of you, Gandhi today is a tumor that the ruling class is using constantly to mislead us. French Revolution made fundamental transformation. But it was bloody.

India, the result of Gandhi, is 600 million people living in maximum poverty.

So, ultimately, the bourgeoisie won’t go without violent means. Revolution! Yes, revolution that is led by the working class.

Long live revolution! Long live socialism!”

Crowd: [Cheers.]


Incredibly, he praises the massacres of the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror rather than Gandhi’s nonviolent philosophy.

And the crowd laps it up.

Every single day, more videos emerge from the Occupy movement showing people saying things that, if they had been said by a Tea Partier, would have been front-page news for weeks and discredited the movement forever. But since it’s the Occupy Wall Street movement, darlings of the media and Democratic politicians, they get a pass. – The PJ Tatler

In other news…

Buckle Up: America Is Getting Very Angry And The Protests Are Going To Become Much More Frightening

The Occupy Wall Street protests and the rise of the Tea Party movement have both changed America, but you haven’t seen anything yet. You better buckle up, because America is getting very angry and as the economy continues to decline the economic protests are going to become much more frightening in the years ahead. Americans have become very accustomed to prosperity. Now that our prosperity is vanishing, people are starting to become very angry. The scary thing is that the vast majority of our population now lives in tightly congested urban areas. That makes the potential for mass rioting and civil unrest much greater. Back in 1910, 72 percent of Americans lived in rural areas. Today, only 16 percent of Americans live in rural areas. So what happens when you have millions of incredibly angry people crammed into tightly congested metropolitan areas? Well, we are about to find out.

Over the past 4 years, we have seen some unprecedented things happen in America. First we witnessed the rise of the Tea Party movement. Initially it pretty much was a true grassroots movement but now it has been mostly taken over by establishment Republicans. Now we are witnessing the rise of Occupy Wall Street. While there are some grassroots elements to it, the reality is that Occupy Wall Street seems to be pretty much controlled by the Democrats. In fact, one individual was recently told that “Ron Paul signs are not welcome here” at a recent protest.

So we have the left and the right fighting with each other like cats and dogs. The Tea Party movement and Occupy Wall Street both pretty much hate each other.

Meanwhile, those that control both political parties are enjoying the view.

But the people that are expressing their anger through protest movements such as Occupy Wall Street are not going to be content with the status quo for long.

The truth is that there is a lot of anger in the United States today, and that anger is rapidly growing. Millions upon millions of Americans are deeply upset about the economy and about our financial system.

Right now, protests by both the Tea Party movement and Occupy Wall Street have been mostly peaceful.

But that will not last indefinitely.

In fact, there are already signs that Occupy Wall Street protesters are not content with simply sitting in the park and banging on drums.

For example, protesters stormed the Senate Hart Office Building in Washington D.C. today. A handful of protesters were arrested.

Also, more than 50 protesters from the Occupy Boston movement were arrested today when they would not do what police were ordering them to do.

But most notable of all was the march to the homes of certain millionaires up in New York. Earlier today, Occupy Wall Street protesters marched to the homes of Jamie Dimon, David Koch, John Paulson, Howard Milstein, and Rupert Murdoch.

Needless to say, that is going to seriously upset some people.

The home protests were not spontaneous. The truth is that they were highly organized. Organizers such as SEIU board member Stephen Lerner have been talking about them for quite some time. In fact, you can hear him discussing plans for the upcoming protests at the homes of these millionaires back on October 3rd right here.

There is a lot about Occupy Wall Street that can be criticized (just check out this article), but one thing that Occupy Wall Street is actually doing right is that it is focusing on the role of money in politics.

The big financial powers spend hundreds of millions of dollars on political campaigns. Just check out this infographic. All of that money buys a lot of influence over the political process. If it didn’t, the big financial powers would not be spending that kind of money.

But the big financial powers are not just spending money on political campaigns. It has now come out that the big Wall Street banks can order New York City police officers just like they would order pizzas. In fact, over a million dollars is going to be spent this way just this year alone.

A recent article that was posted on counterpunch.org detailed how this works….

One of the ingenious methods that has remained below the public’s radar was started by the Rudy Giuliani administration in New York City in 1998. It’s called the Paid Detail Unit and it allows the New York Stock Exchange and Wall Street corporations, including those repeatedly charged with crimes, to order up a flank of New York’s finest with the ease of dialing the deli for a pastrami on rye.

The corporations pay an average of $37 an hour (no medical, no pension benefit, no overtime pay) for a member of the NYPD, with gun, handcuffs and the ability to arrest. The officer is indemnified by the taxpayer, not the corporation.

New York City gets a 10 percent administrative fee on top of the $37 per hour paid to the police. The City’s 2011 budget called for $1,184,000 in Paid Detail fees, meaning private corporations were paying wages of $11.8 million to police participating in the Paid Detail Unit. The program has more than doubled in revenue to the city since 2002.

So expect the big Wall Street banks to be sending in orders for huge numbers of New York City cops to protect them from the half-crazed Occupy Wall Street protesters.

Sadly, if recent poll numbers are any indication, the anger of the American people is not going to abate any time soon….

*According to Gallup, the percentage of Americans that lack confidence in U.S. banks is now at an all-time high of 36%.

*According to a recent Washington Post-ABC News poll, 90 percent of Americans believe that the economy is performing poorly and approximately 80 percent of Americans believe that it is “difficult” to find a job right now.

*According to a recent Rasmussen survey, 48 percent of all Americans believe that reductions in government spending are “at least somewhat likely” to result in civil unrest inside the United States.

*Another recent survey found that 73 percent of all Americans believe that the nation is “on the wrong track”.

*According to a recent CBS News/New York Times poll, Congress has a disapproval rating of 82%.

*A recent Rasmussen survey found that 85 percent of Americans believe that members of Congress “are more interested in helping their own careers than in helping other people”, and that same survey found that 46 percent of the American people believe that most members of Congress are corrupt.

*According to a different Rasmussen survey, only 17 percent of all Americans now believe that the U.S. government has the consent of the governed.

*A recent Washington Post poll found that 78 percent of Americans are dissatisfied “with the way this country’s political system is working” and that only 26 percent of Americans now believe that the federal government can solve the economic problems that we are facing.

So what does all of that add up to?

It adds up to a U.S. population that is very frustrated and that is looking for outlets for that frustration.

As the U.S. economy continues to fall apart, that frustration is going to continue to rise.

What we are seeing all across America is only the beginning. We are going to see protest movements and explosions of anger that we can’t even imagine right now.

Dark days are coming for America.

You better buckle up. – EndofTheAmericanDream.com

Occupy Wall St.’s drumbeat grows louder

October 10, 2011 Comments off

“A plan of action: It is now wise if each of you have not already done so, to purchase dry products such as rice, beans, canned foods, bottled water, first aid kit and be prepared to remain in seclusion for a period of time. When things come to a head and break loose upon this Country, those things will not be available for a considerable length of time. The United States has a secret plan to reopen closed military bases for incarceration of those demonstrating against the United States government. For you own present welfare, please do not take part in any of the coming surges of unrest. An iron fist is what awaits those that rise up. Oppression of Satan’s unjust world is only the beginning of the nightmare awaiting mankind, but deliverance will come through Yahweh’s army of heavenly hosts. We are not blind to your dilemma or your cries of desperation. As things culminate into the mire of a feeling of desolation, Yahweh the Warrior will rise up and deliver Her people. Be patient and ever diligent towards your coming deliverance from Satan’s hell on earth.” Bebai, LOZ

The drumbeat of the Occupy Wall Street protest is growing louder and wider.

“Wall Street got bailed out, and we all got sold out!”

From the streets of New York … to the nation’s capital … to the South (Mobile, Ala., Jacksonville, Fla.) and West (Portland, Ore.), Americans are frustrated and making their voices heard.

“Wealthy individuals who own giant corporations have bought off our Congress and bought off our government and, you know, the people no longer have a voice anymore,” one protester told CBS News.

The marchers come from all walks of life – young and old, male and female, hoping their lawmakers are listening.

“I think the message is obvious,” said Jesse Lagreca, 38. “The wealthiest one percent is taking advantage of working class people. They’ve been selling us faulty financial products, they’ve been taking huge bonuses while depending on society to bail them out.”

CBSMoneywatch’s Jill Schlesinger points out that, according to economists at Northeastern University, corporate profits represented 88 percent of the growth in real national income between the 2Q of 2009 and 4Q of 2010, during the same period aggregate wages and salaries accounted for just over 1 percent. “The money that companies have earned during the recovery has mostly stayed within corporate America,” writes Schlesinger, “and has not trickled down into higher wages, nor has it created enough jobs to put some of the 14 million unemployed Americans back to work.”

“Ninety-nine percent of the people need to be prospering, not just the top one percent,” said Michael Mulgrew, president of New York City’s United Federation of Teachers.

“Every community knows they’re hurting, what’s going on is wrong, and it’s time to stop this and make a difference, and do things that allow all people to prosper.”

On “The Early Show” Monday, Former Senator Russell Feingold, D-Wis., said of the protests spreading across the country, “I’m not just pleased about it, I’m excited about it.”

He reflected on the pro-labor demonstrations in Wisconsin earlier this year that were sparked by the governor’s fight to take away collective bargaining rights from public sector workers in his state. “We did it here, and I think this is going to happen all over the country,” Feingold said, “because people have been kicked when they are down, over and over again. You can only kick people so long before they react.

“This is time now for accountability, and this is a good way to show people how strongly we feel. The working people of this country have been treated very brutally and it has to change.” – CBSNews

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