He makes me feel kinda funny down there.
Us in Wisconsin are teaching Walker what "overreach" means
It's classic majority party overreach: Walker mistook "mandate" for "I can do anything I want". Like when FDR tried to pack the Supreme Court. I was at the Capitol Friday night and most of Saturday and it's pretty inspiring to see so many people dedicated to not letting that happen.
Walker's mistake was to go so far so early in his term: one good thing about this fiasco, no matter how it turns out for the union, is that Walker is basically toast. He won't be able to buy a box of fucking staples for his office until the inevitable recall election that kicks him out.
Oooon, Wisconsin, oooooon, Wisconsin, grand old badger staaaate!
But seriously, this whole deal has shown everything I hate and everything I love about my state. Democratic senators just said "Don't want to play nice? Fine, we're leaving till you decide to act like adults."
Word is they're holed up in a motel in Rockford, IL.
Also, suck my balls, Scott Walker
Oh wow just looked up Walker.
As soon as I saw his picture the first thought that crossed my mind was "There is no way this guy wasn't a total young republican student government prick in college".
Then I read his wikipedia article and according to it he ran for student president but lost when the paper wouldn't endorse him because of "campaign violations".
Good to see I'm so always right about everything.
I'm swooning over here.
Dude, reps from other more populated states really need to chill out and stop picking on Wisconsin. It's really getting to him and everyone is beginning to worry.
Thanks for giving a shit, guy.
He's gone full Weiner.
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Pretty sweet, but he should have closed it with the Anthony Weiner mic slam.
Awesome. This guy is what democracy looks like.
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These stars are for Good. Sorry, Evil, try again some other day.
Fuck yeah! Preach it!
Rock on, Beavis.
Nice one, Jason Segel with less hair!
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Ha ha the YouTube comments. They are fantastic on this one.
They've got us by the balls and guys like this were asleep at the switch when they were worried they wouldn't be seen with an American Flag pin. Too little, too late.
Now lets apply this logic to healthcare reform.
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