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Desc:only the police should have the right to have a say in their wages.
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They left out the part where the Republicans said "neener-neener" and "no tagbacks" before running out of the room.
Look, the Republicans lost their sense of shame a long time ago. I'm pretty sure the only thing that motivates them anymore is greed and dickishness.
Scrotum H. Vainglorious
Let's just hope the voters have long term memories.

Wow, did you see that? All of them leapt onto that vote button like a frat boy with a boner jumping onto a passed out freshman.
The one small good thing about this is, this allows Democrats to fit an awful lot of Republican dickishness into a 20-second commercial.

And, since it's not being given enough attention in the media ... there was a budget SURPLUS in Wisconsin until a couple weeks ago, when they passed another tax break for the rich. Now Wisconsin can't make ends meet, and if there is a financial crisis there now, it was engineered by Republicans. In a perfect world, engineering a crisis would get a public official fired.
http://politifact.com/wisconsin/statements/2011/feb/18/rachel-madd ow/rachel-maddow-says-wisconsin-track-have-budget-sur/

there wasn't surplus that's just a lie

To be fair, not a lie, but a misinterpretation/misunderstanding of the memo.

I doubt it was consciously done, but it's possible.

It wasn't a surplus, but it wasn't a deficit deserving of this level of draconian nonsense. It was nothing that couldn't be solved by closing some tax loopholes.

I think it's best to focus on the collective bargaining part of the issue.

Thanks for the correction! I knew I should have heeded the old adage: "Never trust the math of anyone with Cousin Balki's hair".

The thing I noticed about that article was that while Wisconsin was facing ~0 million deficit this year, they pushed legislation that will create an additional 0 million deficit for their next budget cycle. It all makes sense now. The 50% of my econ 101 class that were below a C average were Republicans.

I like how after the vote they all voiced their resounding approval of old cowboy movies by chanting, "Shane! Shane! Shane!"
"mopping up the last pockets of organized resistance"
I knew politicians could be assholes, but geez.
Jet Bin Fever
I can't believe they got away with these infantile parlor tricks and shenanigans.
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