#Wisconsin still looks mad from here

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#Wisconsin still looks mad from here
#Wisconsin still looks mad from here
Photo: @triumph68

An estimated 65,000 people gathered at the Wisconsin state capitol yesterday to mark the one-year anniversary of Governor Scott Walker’s bill stripping union rights from public employees.

Governor Walker spent the anniversary making headlines for his new legal defense fund, part of the ongoing John Doe investigation into allegations against his staff back when he was Milwaukee County executive. With regard to his union-stripping law, the governor sent a National Tea Party Alert for funds to help ward off a recall. “It is time to stop these out-of-state special interests in their tracks and let them know that our conservative values will not be taken lightly,” he wrote, followed by a plea to give “whatever you can afford.”

(Photo above by @triumph68, below by @mediaman13. After the jump, @triumph68 spots a cool bike.)

#Wisconsin still looks mad from here#Wisconsin still looks mad from here

Scott Walker and Wisconsin

#Wisconsin still looks mad from here

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