We could be watching the beginnings of what could be a riot between pro unions and the tea party.
With the news coverage that has been developing over the last few days, including an apparent White house involvement (allegedly) if someone dies will it be President Obama’s fault?
When you take on the responsibility of the highest office in the USA you have to accept the idea that there are consequences involved with every word that comes out of your mouth.
What we are seeing in Wisconsin is a direct result of efforts that allegedly have been linked at least allegedly so.
Union officials have been pressuring the White House to speak out forcefully against Walker’s attempt to roll back pension and health care payments to plug a $3.6 billion budget gap — and administration allies have been in close contact with labor leaders for a week, officials say.
Organizing for America, Obama’s 2008 grass-roots campaign organization posted a statement on its website late Thursday, announcing it “is mobilizing on the ground in Wisconsin to defend the rights of public employees from an attempt by the governor to take away their right to organize.”
It is difficult to understand why the white house would participate in this kind of thing because it could go very very wrong.
What if, the worst thing happens and there is a huge riot?
If that does happen and someone dies, will the White House be responsible for that death?
The answer of course is not criminally, but you could say that it is incredibly irresponsible of someone to promote a potentially violent event when we are just days removed from an assassination attempt on a sitting congresswoman.
When they said that we should tone down political rhetoric because tensions were running high then you have this kind of thing you really have to question the idea that we have democrats in office that perhaps need to be voted out of office.
Will we find a way to stop this before it gets worse?
Will democrats continue down this path?
Why did the white house do this?
Will people die because of what the white house has done?