Logic n' Reason likes drama
SteveAustin disagrees, and cites Wayne's World:
The "Grand Experiment" in Wisconsin (out of socialism and into the conservative light of day) has ended...not with a bang...but with a whimper. Lack of enthusiasm, failure of the tea party to generate any real interest, led to low republican turnout throughout.
The unions and the socialists have won. Welcome (back) to the great socialist state of wisconsin.
A death caused by battle can be a glorious thing; a death caused by "not caring" is shameful and horrible to observe. Let our failure here be a lesson for all conservatives come next November. Think about how you'll feel on November 5th when the dem/lib/prog/pops have won the elections, taken control of the US Senate, and the House....think about. And if you want to know how it's going to feel, call a conservative friend in the great socialist state of wisconsin and ask them.
Ghost of Philip Marlowe sees the silver lining:
The last six months have been a glorious victory. People need to realize this was a deep blue State. Didn’t some of you watch Waynes World where Alice Cooper talked about the fact Milwaukee has had many openly socialist mayors?We smoked em here. The public unions RAN this entire state for the last forty years. Now they are rendered impotent.
Who cares about children, there are elections on the line here!
The best news about the teacher layoffs is less revenue for the unions.
We need to drain them economically, just as they are doing to the rest of America.
They will be far easier to defeat when they are broke.
Justa loves rhetorical questions
Where will the government’s money come from to support evermore citizens on the dole?
How long until all private sector employers leave?
How long until all private sector wage earners leave?
How long until people with tangable assets flee?
How long until you flee?