Wednesday, October 26, 2011
"This could end up keeping people from finding work in Milwaukee," she said. And, she said the writing was on the wall for the bill's passage in Madison. "They already have lots of votes for this."
It would be fascinating to crawl inside the skull of a politician like Kleefisch who decides to introduce punitive legislation like this under the disingenuous guise of a "job growth bill."
Apparently, Kleefisch wants us to believe most businesses have been clamoring for a new law to protect them from being sued by felons. Once it passes, I suppose all these firms will flock to Wisconsin to create thousands of jobs.
Thank You Arthur for all that you are doing and sharing... I feel like we are in round two and maybe a little more skilled with more people paying attention... we need to remind people to SHARE MORE AGAIN... to push this information even further into our communities. I will keep on reminding folks to share this information with others and encourage them to ask others to do the same... the time has come, this is the call to SHARE and Mobilize AGAIN.
Uploaded by arthurkr222 on Oct 26, 2011Part of a longer video.
On October 25 a group of people were arrested for silently filming the WI Assembly from the gallery. During the first of many arrests Capitol Police and WI State Troopers grope at Thi while walking her out of the gallery.
Thi was brought to jail and has a bail set at $1,000. She is not planning on paying her bail as a protest to her unconstitutional arrest.