A slew of radicals led a pro-union event in Wisconsin at which the state’s governor, Scott Walker, was likened to a Mideast tyrant and the recent union protests repeatedly were compared to the ongoing revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa.

Those Middle East revolutions have already toppled two American allies, Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak and Tunisia’s Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali. In almost all instances, the main opposition in the countries experiencing unrest consists of Islamist parties seeking to create a Muslim caliphate.

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