An update on Wisconsin

An update on Wisconsin: Legislature passes union bargaining restrictions, violent protests break out. This quote from Walker is interesting:

This afternoon, following a week and a half of line-by-line negotiation, [Democrat] Sen. Miller sent me a letter that offered three options: 1) keep collective bargaining as is with no changes, 2) take our counter-offer, which would keep collective bargaining as is with no changes, 3) or stop talking altogether.

With that letter, I realized that we’re dealing with someone who is stalling indefinitely, and doesn’t have a plan or an intention to return. His idea of compromise is “give me everything I want,” and the only negotiating he’s doing is through the media.

Enough is enough.

One comment

  • Kelly Starks

    Yes, seriously cool news (ok not the violent protest part, but…), and this seems to be a wave across the formerly union held territories in the rust belt. Soon more will be free of union tyranny and corruption!!!!

    [Perhaps now being south of the Mason/Dixon line I should rephrase that?]


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