Updated: 9:08 AM ET February 23, 2011
Attn. Tea Party Activists -
STONES RULE FOR WISCONSIN
By Roger Stone As someone who has been involved in his share of demonstrations and counter demonstrations, I can say I've seen what is happening in Wisconsin, New Jersey and elsewhere before. Like the President, I'm kind of an former Community Organizer, so to speak. This really isn't a union issue. Public employee union members have lived high on the hog while we, and their private sector union brethren have suffered from a declining economy. Taxpayers are no longer willing to foot the bill for their Florida early retirement. With Tea Party legions now confronting the Public employee crowds at the State Capitol I offer Stone's Rule # 37 as follows: "Always mount your protest or picket sign on a good solid piece of wood. Comes in handy as a bat if some union goons wanna scuffle."