|Millwright among crowd on the square|
One characteristic of the crowd and those from the preceding days is the relatively apolitical and casual attitude toward politics that those interviewed demonstrated.
One woman, interviewed as she warmed-up in a bus shelter on State Street near the Capitol square, drove down from Rhinelander and is typical of rally attendees from small Wisconsin cities, towns, and villages.
"No, I'm not real political. But Walker is hurting a lot of people and I had to do something."
|Looking down East Washington Ave from the Capitol|
For Walker's part, the Walker-Koch tapes (audio and text) alone may have damaged the good faith and confidence of mainstream Wisconsin citizens.