Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Belling: WI Leggies Ram Home Non-Fiscals

Well.

Evidently the (R) boyzzzz are tired of waiting for Superman, so....

they're going to take out the non-fiscals and pass the bill.

That's not something that Walker had originally endorsed so it looks like a "good cop/bad cop" move.

11 comments:

Deekaman said...

Listening live. This is awesome. Fight fire with fire.

I love the Dems talking about the law. Like they give a s#!t.

Deekaman said...

Passed.

neomom said...

From the Hot Air post...

One of the fugitive Dems inadvertently makes the case for why the GOP should go ahead with this:

Democrats said the fines would have no effect on bringing them back to the state.

“They’ve messed with our staffs,” said Sen. Jon Erpenbach (D-Middleton). “They’ve taken away our parking spaces. They’ve extorted our paychecks. They’ve sent the State Patrol after us. And now they’ve fined us $100 a day.

“I don’t know what more they need to do to get the point that it’s not working.”

Right, it’s not working. It would be out-and-out political suicide for any of them to break ranks and come home so that the GOP can form a quorum, which means there’s nothing further to talk about here. Walker’s not dropping the collective bargaining bill and the Democrats aren’t budging from their demand that the collective bargaining bill be dropped. We’re at a complete impasse, and now the GOP’s going to resolve it. Done.

Deekaman said...

I now fear the possibility of violence on the floor of the Assembly. The Democrat thugs will stop at nothing.

neomom said...

Not just on the floor of the Assembly... but all over Madistan. Just saw the live shot from the Capitol... the commies/socialist/progressive crew is NOT happy.

Anonymous said...

Viva la corporatocracy!

Deekaman said...

I know, anon..."Koch"...because "Halliburton" is too hard for you f-rs to spell.

"We won"

"Elections have consequences"

Disgruntled Car Salesman said...

Watching MSNBC is a hoot! The liberal media is beside themselves! LOVE IT!

Anonymous said...

Viva la corporatocracy!

J. Strupp said...

Actually, Deekaman is right. Yes, I actually agree with him. Some people may not like what's going on right now but those folks lost the majority last November and must deal with the consequences. That's democracy in action in my book.

This isn't to say Deekaman is correct on anything else, but I'll be happy to give him props once or twice a year.

Deekaman said...

Thanks, Struppster (I think). It isn't the first time you and I have agreed, but it is few and far between.