The Wisconsin Republican Party has crosscut comments from prominent liberals with the words used in Madison, Wisconsin, in opposition to what Republican Governor Scott Walker is proposing to change public unions in the General Assembly.
The YouTube video starts with President Barack Obama’s press secretary decrying the comparing of political figures to Hitler.
Next comes pictures of the demonstrators.
Governor Scott Walker is compared to Adolph Hitler.
The video is about hypocrisy, of course.
Bill Maher gets a comeuppance.
And remember the target used on Sarah Palin’s web site for Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords?
Apparently some Wisconsin public union member didn’t get the message of civility.
And, now below the relevance of my comment about Sarah Palin’s targeting of Democrats in the fall election.
Notice that I have not contending that conservatives don’t use similar rhetoric.
During the 1990’s while my legislative office was on Manor Road across from the old motel that was razed to build Chuck E. Cheese and Outback Steakhouse, a sign was posted pointing out that one of the first things Hitler did was to impose guy control.
A Demcoratic Party State Senator expands my education in the video by pointing out that Hitler banned unions in 1933.
If the pictures and text leave you wanting to see more, the YouTube video is below: