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LWW
08-31-2011, 05:16 AM
<span style='font-size: 26pt'><span style="color: #990000">WHERE DOES IT EVER END?</span>

<span style="color: #666600">WHERE DOES THIS FASCIST, CONSERVITARD, ARSEHAT, BABY EATING, GRANNY OFF THE CLIFF PUSHING, CHILD STARVING, BOOK BURNING, FLAG WAVING, RELIGIOUS NUT JOB, WINGNUT, PLANET KILLING, WAR MONGERING, RACIST, SEXIST, HOMOPHOBIC, MYSOGYNYSTIC, JINGOISTIC, BIBLE THUMBING, ANTI REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS, GOOSE STEPPING CAN'T PUSH A CRAYON FAN OF DICK CHENEY COME UP WITH THE IDEA THAT HE CAN DO THIS?</span>

<span style="color: #663300">WHAT GIVES HIM THE RIGHT TO VIOLATE OUR FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT TO VIOLATE THE FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS OF OUR POLITICAL ENEMIES?</span>

<span style="color: #3333FF">DEAR LEADER HAS PROCLAIMED THAT WE MUST "PUNISH OUR ENEMIES" .... HOW CAN WE PUNISH OUR ENEMIES IF OUR ENEMIES ARE ALLOWED THE SAME RIGHTS AS THE PROGRESSIVES OF THE WORLD?</span></span>

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">(Reuters) - The mayor of a Wisconsin town said on Tuesday a local labor council would have to reimburse the city up to $2,000 for a Labor Day parade if organizers exclude Republican lawmakers from attending.

The move in Wausau, Wisconsin, came after a county labor official said last week that Republican politicians were not welcome at the event due to their party's stance against collective bargaining when state lawmakers voted to curtail it earlier this year.

Wausau Mayor Jim Tipple told Reuters on Tuesday that the decision to exclude elected Republicans "flies in the face of public policy."

"This is not a political rally, it's a parade, for God's sake," Tipple said, noting that taxpayer money is used by the city to pay for staging the event. Tipple's office is nonpartisan, and he claims no affiliation with either political party.

He said the annual cost of the parade, including insurance, setting up and taking down a stage, and police personnel, runs anywhere from $1,500 to $2,000 each year. </div></div>

<span style='font-size: 26pt'>OH THE HUMANITY!!! (http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/08/30/us-labor-day-wisconsin-idUSTRE77T64220110830)</span>

Soflasnapper
08-31-2011, 11:46 AM
If a parade has a particular organization sponsoring and organizing it, it is free to invite some, and exclude others.

It happens on a regular basis all over the country. I used to have a business at 604 Fifth Ave. (between 48th and 47th Sts., iirc) in New York City, just south of St. Patrick's Cathedral, past which most of the city's parades proceeded.

I recall many times that organizers disinvited, or refused to invite, various parties or organizations that they felt didn't belong in the parade.

It's a political issue, not a matter of 1st amendment assembly rights. If a variant group wants to exercise their own 1st amendment rights, they need to get their own permits and do their own organization and form their own parade.

Or so it was in NYC when I was there. (And the city would never allow the counter-parade to be permitted, for understandable public safety reasons.)