After a week in which tens of thousands of union members and their supporters descended on the state Capitol in Madison, Wisconsin, protesting the governor's plan to strip public employees of the right to bargain collectively, the real voice of the people is finally about to be heard, when "hundreds" gather for a Tea Party rally this Saturday.
State director Matt Batzel said in a news release that "It's time for the voices of the Wisconsin people to be heard."
"As the week has progressed, Wisconsin and the nation have watched schools across Wisconsin close, due to teachers participating in a 'sick out,' the union busing people in from other states to inflate their rally numbers in Madison, and legislators fleeing the state to avoid the vote on the budget repair bill," Batzel said.
"We're shooting for large numbers," Batzel said in The Washington Examiner. "We'll have hundreds at a minimum but I definitely expect large numbers."
Um... he does mean shooting for large numbers and not at them, right?