Wednesday, February 23, 2011

$165 Million: Will "The 14" Pay Us Back?

There IS the matter of $165 million.

Walker's budget repair bill includes authorization for refinancing some State debts. That re-fi is projected to save the State's taxpayers $165 million.

But the 'borrowing window' closes soon; if the bill doesn't pass by the weekend, it's not likely that the State will be able to re-fi the debt.


Will the 14 runaway bozos cough up the $165 million from their own pockets? THEY are responsible, individually and as a group, for the money, after all.


John Foust said...

"Tthanks a million," said Walker, as he ended his conversation with David Koch.

Amy said...

Ah, Foust, those who are paying attention to the call are seeing it for what it is: an epic fail on the part of the liberal prankster.

But nice try.

Disgruntled Car Salesman said...

So what was all that nonsense Bagman Doyle pulled with Talgo?(and that is just the scratch of the surface for Doylet's pay for play schemes, Fousty)

All you liberals jumping down the throat of Scott Walker for committing "pay for play" and he hasn't done a damned thing yet!

Anonymous said...

That's the beauty of Scooter: he displeases everyone.

Any buyer's remorse?

Disgruntled Car Salesman said...

Hey toolbox anony - Walker hasn't participated in pay for play at all. At all. Although we know you sure are hoping he will. In the mean time, keep jumping to conclusions on your mat. Tool.

John Foust said...

One minute Walker says it's unethical and maybe illegal for anyone to assist the Clocktower 14, the next he says "Thanks a million" to the faux-Koch when he suggest he'll fly him to Cali for a "good time."