For the record: 70K-100K protesters predicted in Madison today.

I’m noting that now.  This is what they’re expecting and forecasting.

Madison Police predicted the 27th consecutive day of demonstrations against the law to severely restrict the power of public sector unions in the state would approach the 70,000 to 100,000 a week ago, the largest demonstration at the state Capitol since the Vietnam War.


“Saturday’s going to be huge,” said Terese Berceau, a Democratic member of the state Assembly who represents Madison, a university town that has seen its share of protests over the years. “Absolutely huge.”

I don’t particularly care if they hit that number, mind you – but the protesters do, so I’m noting it here and now.

Moe Lane (crosspost)