It probably wasn’t the best choice to compare the throngs of protesters in Wisconsin to terrorists, but the outrage from the Left is pretty laughable. To believe it’s anything but faux outrage one would have to ignore the constant stream of epithets aimed at conservatives and tea party supporters that has flowed from the Left for years. The Left calling for civility is like Mahmoud Ahmadinejad denouncing anti-semitism.
Walker’s statement “If I can take on a hundred thousand protesters, I can do the same across the world,” is likely meant to convey that he has the fortitude to stick to his guns in the face of external pressure. At worst it’s a clumsy dig at the *ahem* “working families” who compared him to Hitler, threatened his family’s lives, and accused him of any number of atrocities.
It was a line that may deserve some criticism, but the exaggerated butthurt clearly shows that the Left is afraid of Walker.