Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Last But Never Least

The New World Order? Isn't that old John Birch Society language? But, why would that surprise us at a tea party? Somebody had to pay for the jumbotron and the sound system and you can't expect taxed-to-the-limit grassroots types to come up with that coin.

This guy just rolled out some old, tired analogies and painted them on an old, tired piece of wood.

And then you had the comic relief. CRG was trying to get their ducks in a row and taking names of volunteers to get people to help collect signatures. By the time they get off the pot Mark Neumann will own Scott Walker's lunch money and Jim Doyle will cruise to re-election.
There was only one Walker For Governor sign that I saw. It was in the bundle that the guy with the Piece-Keepers (hyuk, hyuk, get it?) sign was holding. He had a FedEx envelope full of signs that he kept swapping out and the Walker schtick was one of them.
Note the guy at the top left by the Capitol. His was only one of a half dozen or so inverted flags being carried around the crowd. Remember the good old days of the Bush administration when that was considered unpatriotic and treasonous? Whatever happened to the concept of treason?

1 comment:

Ordinary Jill said...

The Birchers probably drove down from Poynette. Either that, or "NWO" was a typo for "NWA".