Hey-Hey, Ho-Ho, Ho-Hum, Hum-Bug: Follow-Up Report from Madison

I managed to slip away from business long enough mid-day Friday in Madison to visit the capitol in the daylight, and capture the scene inside at the moment Governor Walker signed the bill eliminating collective bargaining for some classes of Wisconsin public employees. Below is another quickly-edited, four-minute highlight reel.
The scene is really rather feeble, as you will see, but nonetheless conveys the infantilism of the modern left. This time I offer some voice-over commentary of my own, but couldn’t resist calling in reinforcements from Monty Python on a couple of points. The old saying “It’s all over but the shouting” almost doesn’t apply, since the shouting going on is so lame.

Steven Hayward’s earlier first-hand account of the Madison scene is here: “This is what democracy looks like!”
JOHN adds: Excellent report! I wish more people could see the unfiltered craziness of these union parasites. You know you’re in la-la-land when Monty Python clips are oases of sanity.

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