Meade [to Hulsey]: "So, you're not only approving, but you're facilitating?"Thereafter Hulsey puts a comical amount of effort into evading Meade, though eventually Meade does get to talk with him.
The woman: "He's not facilitating. I only just asked him if I can, I said, I come here with signs. I just asked him if I could store the signs in his office overnight and he told me I could."
There's overtalking as Hulsey says "We believe in the First Amendment, freedom of speech" and Meade is asking her if she's in Hulsey's district and the woman says "I'm in Madison, but not his district. I have friends in his district."
Now, we are in Hulsey's district, and Hulsey knows it, because Meade has talked to him on several occasions. Meade goes after Hulsey, who is turning again to walk away, and asks him, "Do you have 5 minutes?"
Hulsey lets out a long "uuuuhhhhhh" then says: "Actually I... t-t-t-to discuss what?" Why should the subject matter affect whether our assemblyman has 5 minutes to talk to Meade? Especially if he's big on free speech, the subject shouldn't matter.
March 22, 2012
One year ago today at the Wisconsin protests: Meade gets a legislator to admit he lets a protester store her signs in his office.
It's Brett Hulsey, the assemblyman for our district: