The Legislature's budget committee plans to expand school choice late Thursday to eastern Racine County but not Green Bay, legislative leaders said.
The meeting began shortly before 7 p.m. in a state of near pandemonium. Protesters talked over the members of the committee, and some of them were hauled out by state troopers.
Jauch, who is morally responsible for that activity, poses for holy pictures:
"I happen to be on your side," Sen. Bob Jauch (D-Poplar) said. "I have been arguing on your behalf day or not [sic]."
Some of the protesters loudly disagreed. Jauch responded: "I'm asking you to recognize you could do more harm than good" by disrupting the committee.
No, BobbyBoy, they're simply doing what you have been signaling for over the last 90 days or so. You, Marky-Mark Miller, and Risser (D-Dinosaur) have been sending semaphores since the Conservative Revolution became effective, and you should be in slam with those reprehensible little twerps you spawned.
It's not a coincidence that the shouting and disorder began in a meeting which signals the end of WEAC hegemony, either.