Concerned Madison Parent SNAPS at Saturday Protest

 Now that Wisconsin Rep. Gov. Scott Walker has publicly stated that he will not take any “calls” from Wisconsin residents,  ONLY from David Koch–and impersonators thereof–it is clear what he represents and that is The Corporate Big Brotherhood–and its energy investment interests.  In case you’ve missed it in the mainstream news–the Budget Repair Bill would allow UNCONSTESTED bids for selling off public energy works.  What do the Koch Brothers invest in? Oh yeah, ENERGY–for example, oil.  Yeah, I don’t think FOX News is going to be chatting about those connecting dots any time soon–unless that falls under FOX’s idea of a “communist plot”.

All these photographs were shot Saturday 26 February 2011 by that “Concerned Madison Parent” whose vent I recently posted.   

The Serfs are  Marching!

Mad-City Serfs

and they’re tripod armed!

Don't Rush Home

and it’s hard-working out-of-state but 14 Democratic Senators are doing just that.

Wild Rumpus & GOP SALE

and KOCH sales anyone?

International Brotherhood

and this ain’t local anymore.

Orwell's New Animal Farm

and what happened to George’s “piggies”?


and how the DEAD outshine the living. Hey, folks in Wisconsin know their state’s political history! Who taught them that?

She Jokes

and jests–or not–and very seriously too!

Just say NO to KOCH

and NO!

Hold Fast

and –yeah, follow Walker’s lead?

For Sale

and what else can we say?

Democracy is not a spectator sport.

and despite what Dictator Walker believes.


and but not today.


and Wisconsin knows snow and cold and now Walker’s true colors.

Standing Room Only

and ain’t not tea at this party. Huh? Yep, no sightings reported. 
Much thanks to “Concerned Madison Parent” for sharing your Cheesehead views!


  1. Barbara Rodgers said,

    March 1, 2011 at 1:09 pm

    So sad we live in a corporatocracy…

  2. ryeder said,

    February 28, 2011 at 1:03 am

    All this boils down to a simple…Where do the state governments fond the money to balance their budgets without stepping on a few toes? And then Barnyard DC is looking into the constitutionality of state governments filing bankruptcy. State budgets have been in the red for years, with both democrat and republican to blame and up until it hit the fan, no one cared to deal with it. No matter which side of the fence you are sitting, we all get hurt due to incompetent idiots in government…

    • February 28, 2011 at 1:54 am

      Ryder, the only person who created a budget PROBLEM in Wisconsin was Scott Walker. There was a surplus in the state coffers until he got to work with 140 million with NEW spending that he put out to HIS special interest groups. That makes this a much more than where do the funds come from. I have a suggestion END THE WARS and shut down the militiary industrial complex in order to fund excellent public education, universal healthcare and make the transition to a sustainable green ecomony. End the WAR machine would bring a lot of money IN country. Unless of course it all goes to Billionaire Industries.
      O I don’t think Walker is incompetent. I think and his ilk are immoral and unethical and abuse their positions quite willingly. Their mentality is at the core of many problems. In Kansas City, Missouri there are so many tax breaks for the Corporations that they barely contribute to the tax base while demanding more and NOT putting any profits back into the local economy. There’s no trickle down to working people. It all goes UP. IF the rich 1% paid the same tax rate as we serfs there would be NO problems in many areas. Unless we continue to fund the ravenous military industrial complex.

      • ryeder said,

        February 28, 2011 at 2:22 pm

        This is a much larger problem than Wisconsin and a few greedy SOB’s. It is a national problem and the government is to blame. People want government to cover the costs of every economic and social problem that exists. Government shouldn’t be that large and powerful. If we didn’t send billions out of this country to ungrateful countries, we could also fix many problems here at home. And, no, I didn’t proof read this. I am on VACATION and headed west to play in the hills. Take care…..

      • February 28, 2011 at 2:40 pm

        OH yes, there are much larger issues–such as BIG PRIVATE CORPORATIONS buying governments. No private corporation ought to have the right to influence any size of government.

  3. February 27, 2011 at 11:37 pm

    Hi Eva,
    I am still reading though haven’t done much commenting lately.
    You may well know about this already, but just in case I really wanted to share this link with you…

  4. Meg said,

    February 27, 2011 at 11:37 pm

    “A public union employee, a tea party activist, and a CEO are sitting at a table with a plate of a dozen cookies in the middle of it. The CEO takes 11 of the cookies, turns to the tea partier and says, ‘Watch out for that union guy. He wants a piece of your cookie.'” – from a UU minister who is a FaceBook friend.

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