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02/24/2011

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sam  petere

I heard on the radio todays protests was the smallest in a week.....looks like your union is losing its steam.... also heard most of the protestors are not even from WI .....

julie

Its not wise to only listen to fox news

Boudicca

When was this picture taken? I was on the square at about 5:30 this evening........I did not see this crowd.

CJKrupins

That's not the Square in Madison. It's in Stevens Point--photo is id'd at the bottom

Matt

Did either of you idiots read the title of this post?

CJKrupins

Matt: to which idiots are you referring? please keep it civil.

M.A. Du Fer

Can't wait for NEXT January to oust these Baggers!

Point Student

Way to go Stevens Point!!!

corn tortilla

thanks for wasting your time and energy.

mrs. burger

i was there. it would be a mistake to assume that the people there were from out of state. it would also be a mistake to assume that they were all union. all the people i knew there were not in a union and neither am i. this effects all of us and we have a lot to thank union workers for. 5-day work weeks, 8-hour work days, safe working conditions, and the list goes on.

bubblyjam

i am not a union member, I AM A WISCONSIN CITIZEN and attended the stevens point rally. if you say that standing up for the rights of workers across wisconsin is a waste of time and energy, then please pose a better intelligent solution. being at that rally was definitely a better use of my time than sitting at home and watching fox news.

Student

In the first paragraph of the article, please insert a space between the 'whatwas'.

Marian

POWER TO THE PEOPLE DON'T GIVE UP THE FIGHT

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