Written by Daniel Wolf

Saturday, 5 March 2011

Yes, Wisconsin's Republican governor, Scott Walker, has announced plans to abandon the "Arrest and Detain" orders, issued to police, in regards to the 14 Democrats, who have fled Wisconsin, to avoid voting for the ANTI- working class measures, which Governor Scott is demanding.

Scott Walkers new plan calls for bringing in the nations best BOUNTY HUNTERS, who will be instructed to bring Democrats back to the Wisconsin capital building, DEAD, or alive. According to anonymous sources, Governor Walker is proposing a bounty, of $50,000 per head, for the Democratic followers, and a bounty, of $100,000 for the head of the Democratic LEADER, of the revolt.

Scott Walkers staff is, also, currently, working on a new law, which will define the Wisconsin Democratic Party as "Subversive, Terrorist sympathizers, and a criminal organization". Rumor has it that the Republican Party is, fully, prepared to pass this measure, into law, on a voice-vote, as soon as it is drafted.

If enacted, the new law will give Democrats, and union representatives, just 12 hours to LEAVE Wisconsin, or face a mandatory 30 years in prison.

In Governor Walkers own words: "We MUST CRUSH those who stand against profit! The only rights, in America, belong to those, true, Americans, whose salary is ABOVE $5 million per year. America cannot compete, on the world stage, as long as those "low-life" rank-and-file types think that they have ANY rights, in the work-place. It is they, the lower-classes, which are destroying our nations ability to compete. They MUST be CRUSHED into the ground, along with the Democratic Party".

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: Democrats, wisconsin

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