guess if you hang around the Capitol long enough you feel you have the right to run things. You're wrong.
It's interesting that the Democrats with their lack of professionalism have set a tone in Madison that feeds the masses to being rude and obnoxious. The "people" won't even listen to the legislators who are on their side. I would have to think that deep down inside the Democratic legislators have to feel some embarrassment for the way they've set the tone in Madison.
What I find telling is that the crowd boos this line from Sen. Jauch "elections matter". I guess these folks don't believe that and will act in a mob induced frenzy until someone gets hurt or worse. Some of the malcontents feel that they are more important then they really are.
Take a watch on Wisconsin Eye, the first 15 minutes would be a great civics lesson for students though the disruptions continue for about an hour. And by that I mean in way to not act.
According to WisPolitics "individuals who were the first to stand up and disrupt the proceedings were former UW Regent Jesus Salas, Milwaukee Public School Board member Larry Miller, Racine high school teacher Al Levie and Christine Neumann-Ortíz, Voces de la Frontera executive director." You may wonder why students act the way they do in public schools.