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WEAC Publishes Home Addresses of Wisconsin Legislators

Saul Alinsky would be so proud:

The Wisconsin Education Association Council (WEAC) has stepped up their protest efforts in Madison, WI in an attempt to stop Governor Scott Walker’s efforts to close his state’s projected $3.6 Billion budget shortfall over the next two years.

Gov Walker has proposed that public employee unions pay a larger portion of their health benefits & pension plans as well as limiting their collective bargaining rights to matters of basic wages.

Protests have been taking place all week with “sick out” strikes affecting major schools in Wisconsin.  The opposition to Walker’s plans have been categorized as volatile with violent underpinnings such as protestors walking the halls of the state capitol saying, “Come out, come out, wherever you are!”   With more protests planned over the coming days, WEAC has provided a list on their website of the home addresses for all legislators set to vote on the Governors plan.  The link which takes a user to this list only states that it has “Phone Numbers & Email Addresses” however a quick glance at the list proves otherwise.

Ben Howe of Red State concludes:

It has come to light that the Obama administration, the DNC, and their activist arm Organizing for America have had a guiding hand in the protests this week causing some to question the President’s commitment to a “new tone.”

Law Professor William A. Jacobson uses language that's as blunt as the president's: "Obama Acted Stupidly In Picking Sides Against The Taxpayers."